Callon Campbell is the co-founder and Senior Developer at ReflectSoftware Inc and is one the principle developers of ReflectInsight .NET logging framework and Live Log Viewer. He has been developing software professionally for over 17 years and has a wide range of industry experience. Callon’s strong business acumen and exceptional technical knowledge enables him to quickly grasp the essential nature of businesses and develop solutions that solve problems using innovative technologies. He is a blogger, aspiring technical presenter, an avid Windows/Windows Mobile developer, and enjoys working in XAML, ASP.NET, SQL Server and Azure. He lives in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.


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  1. Dale Says:

    Mr. Campbell,
    Thank you for your notes on installing/removing Windows services via PowerShell. It is just what I was looking for. Thanks also for the link to Mr. Shapovalov’s brief essay on the subject. However, that link has changed. “Create a windows service using PowerShell” is now at:

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