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Sole developer on a short, fast paced project bringing a new product to market in ten weeks Working very closely with the client’s technical team and product owners, and have delivered a stable MVP in five weeks Extensively practicing TDD and BDD to reach over 75% test coverage, backed up with Xcode 7 UI tests for core functionality App written entirely in Swift 2.0, making heavy use of functional programming style to guarantee correctness Set up and maintained continuous integration services across the entire project, delivering new builds multiple times per day. more
Senior iOS Developer with UNIX / Web background - A professional software developer for over 20 years with a passion for: Design Patterns Documentation Unit Testing Coding Standards Peer Reviews Collaboration
Swift is a powerful programming language that was developed by Apple in 2014 for use with iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS and Linux operating systems. Swift was built with performance with mind and uses syntax that safeguards against errors to make it easy to use and encourage developers to write clean and consistent code. It’s also open source which has accelerated adoption of what is a relatively new language to make it one of the 10 most popular programming languages in the world today.
User experience (UX) and user interface (UI) both refer to how people interact with technology, but while they’re often used interchangeably, they are both concerned with different aspects of that relationship. UX is all about the internal experience a person has when interacting with technology. Good UX design is all about designing products that are useful, easy to use and delightful to interact with. User interface, on the other hand, is concerned with the visual elements of an application such as the buttons and icons that allow the individual and the application to interact.
‘Write once, run anywhere’, is the principle upon which the Java programming language was developed and it is this accessibility that has made it so enduringly popular. Java programs can be run on many different types of computer including Windows PCs, Macintosh computers, Unix and Linux, as well as huge mainframe computers and even smartphones. Java has many similarities with the C and C++ programming languages, which makes it easy to use and learn and ensures that developers with a grounding in these languages will find themselves in familiar territory with the various features of Java.