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.NET technique for converting large text files into XML structures intended for Android objects

, 5 Jul 2012 CPOL
This article describes the technique I used to ingest large text files to create an e-book publishing platform on the Android Market

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Mario Ghecea
Software Developer (Senior) Solara Software
United States United States
I am a senior software developer native to San Diego, CA. with about 25+ years of coding experience on various platforms including Windows and Linux, but who has spent the last part of his career involved in firmware development in R&D labs throughout the country. I particularly enjoy coding in C++, C# and lately JAVA on the Android platform. I like to wear many hats and have gotten down at very low levels such as writing VHDL logic for FPGAs and even some driver writing on Windows, Linux and TI DSPs. I have worked with many microcontrollers just because I love that low-level bit banging code! When I'm not coding or playing with Android tablets, phones and firmware kits you will most likely find me riding my Suzuki Hayabusa crotch-rocket out in the hills. I also enjoy composing music, singing or just relaxing and hanging out at small coffee shops around town!
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