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Serializing classes across a network socket (TCP/IP)

, 7 Mar 2004
This article gives example and code for sending a class across a network connection using TCP/IP and the CBlockingSocket class.

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Mikey_E
Software Developer (Senior) In Of Eight
United States United States
Became hooked on programming in the 3rd grade using basic. Programming in C/C++ since 1997.

This year I worked on a three person team to create a distributed computing system that predicts stock prices using an Artificial Neural Network. We used Encog as the ANN framework and Scoop as the distributed computing framework.

Prior to that, I created a proof of concept augmented reality game engine that runs on mobile platforms. The aim of that project was to create a MMO augmented reality system that would allow users to create their own game scenarios and virtual worlds in an augmented reality space. The project was coded using Objective-C, OpenGL, REST web-services and MySQL.

Fluent in the following languages and frameworks:
PHP
HTML and CSS
Javascript
JQuery
MySQL
C / C++
C-Sharp
Objective-C
FANN (ANN Framework)
Encog (ANN Framework)
Scoop (Distributed Computing Framework as a Python module)
iOS Framework
OpenGL

For a copy of a resume, please find my personal web-site at: http://InOfEight.com/mike

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