simon.says

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June, 2004

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    Shared Memory Channel cont'd

    For those interested in the last post on using a .NET Remoting shared memory channel, Wayne from JNBridge has created a sample showing the source code from the MSDN article using this technique. You can download the sample code here - refer to the...
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    JNBridge Pro 2.1 Released

    For those looking to interoperate between .NET and Java using a .NET Remoting bridge, you may want to check out JNBridge ( http://www.jnbridge.com ). Their new version (2.1) was released today and among the improvements, the one that stands out for me...
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    Interoperability and Integration using Web Services

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    More and more, I seem to be getting asked this question: 'Hey Simon, I have an existing application written in Java deployed on IBM/BEA/webMethods/Systinet version x/y/z. I'm looking to build an application using Microsoft .NET and I have a need interoperate...
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    Windows XP Media Center Edition

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    Since returning from TechEd 2004 in San Diego, I've been playing around with Windows XP Media Center Edition 2004 - in a hopeful attempt to try and organize my music and photo collection. Although slightly skeptical at first (hey, I already have a PC...
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    Rob Mensching talks about WiX and SourceForge

    I emailed Rob Mensching (responsible for Wix on SourceForge) some questions about Microsoft, the WiX project, open source projects and SourceForge. He decided to post his answers here: http://blogs.msdn.com/robmen/archive/2004/06/10/152438.aspx
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