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The Anti-Service, Persistence sans System.ServiceModel

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9 Sep 2010CPOL2 min read
When you want an application to trigger on an event (timer, system, file, etc.), but you don't want the overhead of the service manager

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CodingBruce
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My professional career began as a developer fixing bugs on Microsoft Word97 and I've been fixing bad habits ever since. Now I do R&D work writing v1 line of business applications mostly in C#/.Net.

I've been an avid pilot/instructor for 13+ years, I've built two airplanes and mostly fly gliders now for fun. I commute in an all-electric 1986 BMW 325 conversion.

I'd like to get back to my academic roots of programming 3D analysis applications to organize complex systems.

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