San Francisco, CA
I have been writing iOS apps since 2009, and I'm well-versed in both Swift and Objective-C. I know most of the Apple frameworks and put them through their paces.
Picked up and fell in love with Swift. Architected and rewrote the app to be extensible and easy to build in. Managed the iOS team.
Rewrote and made for quick iterating from private beta to a featuring in the App Store at launch. I think I built this to be a top-tier messaging app in a very short period of time.
I was the first iOS hire from private beta to launching and an Editor's Choice and over a million downloads of Heyday, a journaling app. This app was predominately an offline experience but featured full backup and syncing to the cloud of the entries and users' entire camera rolls.
Primary worked on Linea, a photo-sharing app focused on mosaics and printing books.
Software for iPads in hotel rooms: climate control, room service. Lots of custom binary-protocol networking talking to ancient systems.
Worked on a high-availability RAID stack in Linux, and on a legacy bare metal version, both written in C. I previously interned here as well.