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iOS Teaching Assistant at Coding Bootcamp
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I've worked at a variety of startups in the past 5 years building iOS apps for medical purposes to marketing campaign apps for agencies such as Adidas and Lululemon. Working with designers, building user interface/experience and watching it come to life in an app is my favourite aspect of app development. I'm currently working as a teaching assistant at a coding bootcamp so hopefully I can provide some help to you remotely as well.
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- 5 years experience
I have worked for three different startups in the past 5 years helping them build iOS apps. Many of the apps involved integration with third party services, push notifications, data persistence, auto layout and much more. Every iOS app has a different user interface and I have worked with lots of different designs. It really is one of my favourite things to work on.
- 5 years experience
Many of my iOS projects were written in Objective-C at the companies I've worked for including the implementation of an iBeacon feature used on the SXSW app. The syntax is definitely a little tricky at first, but it gets easier with time.
- 2 years experience
The Swift language I learnt myself as I begun building my own personal iOS projects. Since I came from an Objective-C background, converting what I know to Swift then doing some research on how to improve it with Swift makes the learning curve very quick.
Adidas Boost App
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Tea Ave App
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