Location/GPS and SqlLite help needed

by BarbieDahl » Tue, 01 Sep 2009 20:52:26 GMT


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 I have two applications that I'm trying to finish and I need some
help.  I'm looking for two good android developers who can help me
finish my applications or who have Intents or Activities that will
enable my applications to use Location based awareness and import/
query a large amount of data into SqlLite.  I am swamped with two
other projects and I need help getting these applications finished.  I
have capital to pay these two developers, so if anyone is interested,
please let me know.  This is a work from home opportunity.

Please contact me if you are interested with your rates.

Thanks
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Location/GPS and SqlLite help needed

by BarbieDahl » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 00:43:45 GMT


 Thanks for all of the people who have responded to my request.  I have
gotten good feedback and so I will not need any additional help on
this issue.

Thanks,
sr98bj



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