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A SOA Approach to Dynamic DOCX-PDF Report Generation - Part 1

, 23 Aug 2010
Generating docx reports in a client-server architecture, without using MS Office.

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Erion Pici
Software Developer (Senior)
Italy Italy
I've been involved in object-oriented software development since 2006, when I graduated in Information and TLC Engineering at the Università degli Studi di Perugia, in Italy. I've been working for several software companies / departments, mainly on Microsoft and Sun technologies. My favourite programming language is C#, next comes Java.
I love design patterns and when I need to resolve a problem, I try to get the best solution, which is often not the quickest one.
 
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