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Tim Hibbard CEO for EnGraph software Remoting
Events are easier in VB
It is so much easier to create, raise and handle events in than C#. In VB, it is simple: Public Event MyEvent()RaiseEvent MyEvent()Private Sub MyEventHandler() Handles MyObject.MyEvent In C#, I have delegates and protected voids all over the place! Thankfully, VS takes care of the code creation for handling the events, otherwise I would pull my hair out trying to match method signatures. I'm sure there is a good reason for making this so difficult. I know that it is possible to fire events ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 28, 2006 3:01 PM

I made it to New Jersey tonight, after the standard flight delay out of KCI. Check out the Get History feature on Where's Tim for today (03/19/06), it's pretty cool to see the jump from Kansas City to Philadelphia. I'll be working with our clients in Salem trying to resolve some .NET remoting issues. We have a really neat GPS system in place here. The data is downloaded wireless from the vehicles and then we use .NET remoting to transmit the data back to headquarters. I think we have some port forwarding ......

Posted On Sunday, March 19, 2006 6:52 PM

Mashable talks about Where's Tim

Pete Cashmore wants me to go to Lake Alvamar this afternoon. I'll talk to Kyle and see if he will let me out of the office.

Posted On Tuesday, September 20, 2005 8:08 AM

Configure Cisco PIX for VPN
To enable your Cisco PIX firewall for VPN access: 1) Connect the cable between PIX and your COM port2) Open Hyperterminal (All Programs->Accessories->Comm... 3) When the Connect to box opens up, select the COM port that the cable is connected to 4) Enter your password when prompted5) Enter = config t - press enter 6) Enter = fixup protocol pptp 1723 - press enter 7) Enter = write mem - press enter Exit Hyperterminal ......

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2005 4:15 PM

.NET Remoting
We have several products that rely on VPN, which is obvious based on my many many many posts on VPN. The problem with VPN, is that every configuration is different and since we are not responsible for setting up or manage our clients VPN, it becomes very difficult to support. I think we can provide a more stable product using .NET remoting, so we have been doing research and testing. It is so nice that there are so many smart people out there blogging about it. I'll post some of my initial code out ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 17, 2005 10:15 AM

I need to set up a virtual private network server on my home network tomorrow to show a client how our product works over VPN. I have a static IP, Windows server 2003 and a netgear router. I'm not a network kind of guy, so correct me if any of my assumptions are wrong. 1) Configure 2003 server to allow incoming VPN connections 2) Create a new user account that the connection will authenicate against 3) Set up a folder share and allow access to the new account 4) Set up port forwarding on my router ......

Posted On Monday, July 5, 2004 10:34 PM

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