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Off the back of a recent phone call, I'm looking to set up an interactive developer session with a potential client in a foreign country (to save me having to fly over there). I'm thinking of a VPS with a remote desktop session that we can both log into. I considered Skype, but I want to set up something where they can actually participate in building their own software as well.

Are there other options open to me? Many thanks. smile.gif
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Off the back of a recent phone call, I'm looking to set up an interactive developer session with a potential client in a foreign country (to save me having to fly over there). I'm thinking of a VPS with a remote desktop session that we can both log into. I considered Skype, but I want to set up something where they can actually participate in building their own software as well.

Are there other options open to me? Many thanks. smile.gif

Theres quite a few specialist products out there built specifically for that criteria. I can't for the life of me remember what any of them are called though. But there are plenty of solutions out there
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