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A highly enthusiastic and endlessly curious developer with a primary interest in mobile and web applications; with a focus on product development. Building a product from the ground up and being able to iterate upon it, adding value as well as optimisation, is the goal of every product developer. The work is never truly “finished” so there are always fresh challenges and new ideas to explore. Nowhere is this truer than in mobile app development, which has the ability to take the world’s resources and put them into the hands of the average user. Making science fiction a little less fictional every day is where the real adventure lies.
I am a very determined and passionate developer, particularly for UI and intuitive design. Writing applications with slick animations and transitions is one of my favourite parts of development. I believe strongly in creating effective road maps as far in advance as possible prior to development. I like to be involved from early meetings through to app submission. My easily approachable nature allows me to have direct contact with clients, thus gaining an understanding of both their requirements as well as the load developers may be up against. As most developers I enjoy learning new technologies and trying to push the boundaries of each device. I work well under pressure and run my own time efficiently
Someone who specialises in the software development within the mobile market, in particular Android and iOS.
What platforms should a mobile developer know?
Popular platforms to have experience with include: Xamarin, Sencha, Redhat and Kony.
What is the average rate for a mobile developer?
Between £400-450 depending on experience and knowledge.
The differences between Android and iOS?
Both are operating systems within a mobile device. Android is based in Linux and is more PC based than iOS. iOS, created by Apple, was unveiled for use with the iPhone in 2007. The mobile operating system (OS) was gradually rolled out to more Apple products, including the iPod and the iTouch. Today iOS is one of the best known mobile operating systems. In fact, Apple boss Tim Cook claimed that 800 million Apple devices (loaded with iOS) had been sold by 2014.
Android is Google’s open source operating system, designed for use with smartphones and other handheld devices, including tablets. Developed in 2005, the Android operating system was originally based on the Linux kernel, alongside other open source software.