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At the upcoming MSDN Session, we are going to talk about .NET Remoting. We are going to kick-off with the basics of Remoting to reinforce the fundamentals, followed by delving deeper into understanding how it works in terms of RealProxy and TransparentProxy, what are the implications of the various activation models, followed by considerations and more.

In the MSDN Yatra session, we are going to discuss various strategies on .NET Interoperability and Security.

Details for both the sessions are available at


Posted on Wednesday, May 12, 2004 11:10 AM Events | Back to top

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