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Posted 3 Aug 2000

DCOM D-Mystified: A DCOM Tutorial, Step 1

, 9 Jan 2006 CPOL
This tutorial shows you how to write DCOM software, with all the latest features, in a simple, straightforward manner.
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Brian C Hart
Software Developer (Senior) Corrugated Technologies, Inc.
United States United States
From Fridley, Minnesota and I like computer programming! When I got started, I was working mostly with Windows GUI programming in C/C++. Then later on I worked with COM/DCOM for a school internship. I used COM/DCOM to write an ad hoc cluster server and job-running environment for a cluster of 24 Windows-based high-end visualization workstations. I moved on to C# and have been working in C# and Windows Forms ever since. I have yet to embrace Silverlight Smile | :)

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