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      James J. - Android

      James J. - Android

      While studying computer science at the University of Nottingham, I developed quite a passion for, well, developing. Working with a team of peers, I led the production of ten iOS and Android apps. This gave me a firm foundation of my software engineering skills.

      Back in the United Kingdom, I worked on some small-scale projects, including taking the lead on improving the IT infrastructure of a local charity. I also served as a front-end engineer at Kivo, where I worked closely with a lead developer and shipped code on a daily basis.

      I took a job working for a startup in New York City, developing iOS apps. Then, after a six month project with Instapaper, where I gained a bounty of knowledge regarding core data, I left to work with Slack in San Francisco. I am currently an iOS intern, and am learning to be a valuable part of a development team. I have won several awards, including Apple’s WWDC 2014 Student Scholarship, which rewards creative and talented student developers.

      While studying computer science at the University of Nottingham, I developed quite a passion for, well, developing. Working with a team of peers, I led the production of ten iOS and Android apps. This gave me a firm foundation of my software engineering skills.

      Back in the United Kingdom, I worked on some small-scale projects, including taking the lead on improving the IT infrastructure of a local charity. I also served as a front-end engineer at Kivo, where I worked closely with a lead developer and shipped code on a daily basis.

      I took a job working for a startup in New York City, developing iOS apps. Then, after a six month project with Instapaper, where I gained a bounty of knowledge regarding core data, I left to work with Slack in San Francisco. I am currently an iOS intern, and am learning to be a valuable part of a development team. I have won several awards, including Apple’s WWDC 2014 Student Scholarship, which rewards creative and talented student developers.

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