I have been actively developing Android apps for two years, both as a solo developer and as part of a startup in San Francisco. When I am not working towards finishing my Computer Science degree in the heart of Silicon Valley, I enjoy participating in hackathons and weight lifting.
I've developed Android for two years and published a dozen apps to the Google Play store, which had over 200,000 downloads total. My apps have used real-time communication (RTC), Facebook logins, and location services.
I've used Java for the past five years to work on college and personal projects alike. I have a solid understanding of quality Java practices in software development. My work includes a strong focus on object oriented design.
In VBA, I developed an algorithm that did tens of thousands of comparisons to efficiently match components of heart valves. I also used Visual Basic to teach a machine how to measure heart valve components to hundreds of an inch. A GUI was added onto this program for an operator to guide measurement.
My years of experience with Excel include coding functions, thousands of lines of Visual Basic for Applications with multiple files and sheets, and beautifully designed spreadsheets with maximal functionality.