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I have successfully completed and delivered significant projects such as " ING-DiBa Direktbank Austria Mobile Banking", "ING Bank New Generation Mobile Banking", "ParaMara(INGBank's Mobile Wallet App)", "Matriks Mobile(most used Trading app in Turkey. )", "IS Investment TradeMaster(Isbank's trading app)", "QNB Investments", "QNB Investment HD", and like a lot of trading apps by using latest technologies and agile methodologies, to the leading companies in the banking/finance sector such as INGBank, Matriksdata. And also I've completed other projects beside them, such as a travelling project that is named as "Bavul", a game named as "3 Lions" for a INGBank's corparate meeting, "INGKey" which is an otp generator.
I am 4 year experienced Computer Engineer graduated from Bilkent, one of the top-tier universities in Turkey. Although I started my career as Database Administrator (20 months experience), I found myself in fast changing mobile development field, which was the best choice for me due to the fact that I feel happy when I am in “learn-implement-make better” cycle.
You will find below what I think about why you should consider me as candidate and details of my previous experience as Mobile Developer. I believe I am proficient in the latest iterations of Java and Android Studio and ready to cover new requirements to fit the opennings perfectly.
Meanwhile, I would like you to know what I exactly did as mobile developer previously. Since I was the only mobile developer working in my previous companies, I had been involved in entire lifecycle of Android App development in Anadolu Saglik and ToptanTR projects. The aim of applications were developing an app commerce where users can buy the products of a wholesaler in Turkey and hospital appointment system where users can make one and follow their test results.
I am eligible to work within UK under ECAA Turkish BusinessPerson Visa which enables to work as contractor. Since my visa process is going to take 6 years i want to work at a company as long as they want me to work for them.
To obtain a contract in developing mobile applications specifically for Google Android operating system with over 4 years experience which I may be able to use well-honed skills in planning ,coding and testing in order to develop software solutions for the company.
15 years’ IT experience in Wintel infrastructure/project/deployment/field/remote support engineer, training, service desk, consulting, sales and web design roles, working in private/public sectors, within both Managed Service Provider and in-house IT environments, providing services up to executive level.
I am a qualified professional currently working as Lead/Senior Engineer with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi products company. I specialize in PC and Smartphone application development.
Working in a small company, I have a range of responsibilities like in-house product development, providing bespoke solutions to customers, production responsibility, customer support and managing outsourced projects. Because of the wide range of responsibilities required by my job role, I have acquired range of skills like PC application development in C, MFC, VC++, and Bluetooth Firmware development in C, Smartphone applications development on Android, Blackberry and J2ME platform.
Kotlin is a relatively new language for Android development that combines object-orientated and functional programming features. At first glance, Kotlin can look a lot like Java and in fact, it does work well with Java in the same projects. However, there are a number of important differences between the two such as Kotlin’s more relaxed approach to Java’s requirement that functions be class members. For a lot of developers, Kotlin is a language that remedies some of the issues that have plagued Java for a while and lets them accomplish more with fewer characters.
UX, short for user experience, is the overall experience of a person who uses a product such as a computer application or website, particularly in terms of how easy or pleasing it is to complete tasks. More and more, companies are learning that in order to remain competitive, they must invest in the user experience of their applications to make them easier for users to achieve their goals. The user interface (UI) describes the input devices and software that allow a user to interact with a computer system. For example, the appearance of the desktop, buttons and icons would all be examples of the user interface.
Although it was first launched back in 1995, the open source programming language Java is still the foundation of many applications due to its ease of use and accessibility. Java allows the user to write English-based instructions rather than using numeric codes, which is why many developers still prefer it to other programming languages such as C++. It also has a high level of security, automatic memory allocation and multithread capabilities, all of which continue to make it the ‘bread and butter’ programming language for many.