7 years iOS experience with a strong focus on front-end development, having been responsible for the complete end-to-end design and development of many apps. Very thorugh knowledge of UiKit and making pixel-perfect renderings from UI designs. Experience with mapkit, corelocation and sqlite frameworks. Working knowledge of full SDLC and SCRUM project methodologies. Substantial experience in creating user interface and user experience designs and functional specifications. Seeking part-time iOS design and development work.
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I am a Kansas City local mobile developer, with 4 years experience developing iOS Apps. I've been freelancing since mid-2012 and can provide referrals from every client. Before freelancing, I was the lead dev. over a remote iOS dev. team at a top rated marketed agency, responsible for solution architecture, code structure, quality and all software deliverables. I have developed solutions for everything from a startups first product to an enterprise level licensed software. I can help flush out design and feature ideas, backend data structure optimization, what technologies to leverage, how to code for future growth and cross platform compatibility. Visit my site at Kansapp.com What you get working with me is a developer that understands business and can conceptualize your vision and execute it how you envisioned it. My expertise: iOS apps for iPad/iPhone/iPod, iOS4,5,6,7, Xcode 3-5.x, Extensive Restful Web Service Integration JSON/XML, CoreData for local storage with optional backend mirroring for offline mode, Geolocation Features, Social Media Integration, Photo/Video/Audio Capture/Manipulation/Playback/Streaming, Peripheral Device Integration such as MSR/Barcode Scanner/Keypad/Robotics, Bluetooth/Bluetooth LE integration , InApp Purchase, iBeacon, program with or without StoryBoards, oAUTH 2.0, Unit Testing, Parse Integration, Arduino Prototyping, SQL/SQLite, HTLM5, CSS3, .NET, C/C++, Java
I am open for freelance roles as an iOS developer/consultant. I am deeply focused on the development of application for the iOS mobile platform, I totally love this job! My complete resume/portfolio can be found on my website: http://www.matteolallone.com I am deeply passionate in what I do, as a user and as a software engineer, and I always put my passion in the products I develop. I work remotely, as at the moment I am based in Rome.
i master object-oriented modeling / programming and feel comfortable with many languages, around many frameworks. i successfully worked and led many projects to mature / production states, from small iOS Apps and intranet / websites to complex neural-networks artificial intelligences for analysing and processing images. i'm a very creative person, and most of all i enjoy solving problems, whatever their nature is. If you're stuck with a problem related to software, object, machine learning, project management,... Drop me a note!
With over 25 years of experience in object oriented software design & development across a broad range of domains I have an enviable breadth and depth of skills which I’m always happy to share with the right teams. My current focus is mobile platforms and with 17 years of Objective-C experience behind me, iOS is a particular strong point; in part because it is derived from NeXTStep which I developed for long before iOS became popular. Core Data is a particular strong point and one area I see a huge amount of confusion surrounding - often resulting in bad design, poor performance and difficult to track crashes. Android is of course the other big mobile platform and with a strong history of Java based projects behind me, there is nothing to trouble me in this arena either. I’ve recently ported one of my AppStore iOS projects (“Yes Coach!”) to Android primarily because Clients do of course like to see concrete evidence of advertised skills and the App Store / Play Store both provide a great “shop front” for this. iOS is undoubtedly my primary platform but many of the underlying design paradigms, UI guidelines and general philosophy are the same of course and Android (and the associated tools) have improved so much in recent times that I find myself increasingly drawn to Android in equal measure. The beauty is that for a typical RESTful services based mobile app there is a great deal of commonality between the platforms and good design and planning can mean efficient cross platform development is an attainable goal without resorting to sub optimal cross platform solutions like Titanium for example (of which I have some experience too). Specific skills like “Java” are usually the headlines on job specifications but personally I think the most important skill is understanding the fundamentals of design and the software lifecycle. Too often I’ve seen hugely talented (and not so talented!) teams diving deep into the details of an implementation before they’ve properly addressed the requirements (implicit and explicit), the design, the testing, the tools and processes and the overall lifecycle of projects. Time spent establishing these up front is an investment that almost always pays back handsomely over the lifetime of a product / project and can reduce costs significantly. I was hugely impressed once when a Google head-hunter called me and his primary interest was in recruiting me not for any specific skill but for my general problem solving abilities coupled with my broad experience of “software” and the related eco-systems. It's a great philosophy and I concur. Anyone can say all of this of course so it is worth establishing my credentials. In the past I have held permanent roles with Microsoft Research (Search Engines, Machine Learning, Xbox Games), BT Research (Intelligent Networks) and Baxter Healthcare (Pharmaceutical). As a freelancer I have worked for many clients including GlaxoSmithKline, Microsoft and numerous "digital media agencies". I could go on, but there’s only so much you can read - so get in touch if you’ve got projects you think I can help with. I’m very flexible with respect to work with the single exception that I’m not prepared to spend my time commuting. Remote working is successful, efficient and rewarding when done correctly with the appropriate attitude, tools and mutual trust and I’m more than happy to discuss the benefits if you have concerns. Lastly, don't be put off by the headline rate, get in touch if you're interested - I'm always happy to negotiate for the right project. Thanks for taking the time to read this summary.
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An enthusiastic developer who enjoys of creating great products. Always opened for new, quick to grasp ideas and concepts, and to develop innovative and creative solutions to problems. Able to work well on own initiative and can demonstrate the high level of selfmotivation.