COM and CORBAŽ Side by Side Jason Pritchard's book helps software practitioners analyze and transcend their personal biases toward COM or CORBA so that they may objectively seek the best implementation strategy (Feb 2001)
COM by CodeMarine A series of PowerPoint presentations on various aspects of COM, including various MFC and ATL topics (May 1998)
COMer - COM development language COMer is a programming language that dedicates to the development of C++ COM component. It itself is an Object Oriented Programming Language native to COM mechanism. COM components can be constructed just like as C++ classes. Free trial (May 2003)
Consume COM Components From .NET Eric Gunnerson shows you how to consume COM components and ActiveX controls from a .NET client application. (Jun 2003)
Contour Components - OLAP ActiveX/VCL controls Contour software components and tools provide a new technology that allows you to add OLAP functionality to your database application or to create web-based OLAP solution. (ActiveX or VCL) From $350. (May 2003)
DCOM and CORBA - An architectural comparison In this paper, Chung and Huang compare architectures of DCOM and CORBA by layers: basic programming architecture, remoting architecture, and the wire protocol architecture. Includes A step-by-step description of remote object activation. (in HTML) (Feb 2001)
EDMA - component alternative to COM or CORBA EDMA is a system similar to COM. This kind of system offers a component framework for developing applications, In EDMA, classes are components and components are classes. GNU (May 2000)
Transactional COM+ Transactional COM+ explains how COM+ works and shows you how to use it as a framework for developing scalable applications. The theory behind COM+, including scalability, why traditional O-O models fail to scale, and the importance of transactions (Apr 2001)
Books about COMA complete list of books on COM available through Amazon.COM