iOS Developer studying Computer Science who published multiple apps to the App Store, participated in over 20 hackathons, gave a TEDx talk about apps and attended the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference three times as a Scholarship Recipient.
|Freelance iOS Developer||
2016 to Current
- Billed over 500 hours on Upwork to build world-class iOS projects.
- Built three complex apps using MVC/MVP architectures, Networking, Core Data, Auto Layout, UI development with .xibs and Storyboards.
Feb 2017 to Aug 2017
- Built and designed simple and engaging educational app, implemented math questions generator.
- Implemented support for handwriting recognition using Levenshtein distance.
- 30,000 downloads & top US 100 charts on the App Store in the free educational games category without paid advertising.
Swift, iOS Development, Git, Test Driven Development
Aug 2017 to Oct 2017
- Implemented QR code generator and scanner, profile section, business cards list, company logo selection.
Took project from the idea stage to live product on the App Store.
- Swift, iOS Development, fastlane, Firebase, SwiftLint, CocoaPods, REST APIs.
Feb 2018 to Current
- Implemented a simple and elegant user interface with social login, REST API calls & usage of Yelp API.
- Implemented social authentication, realtime database support via Firebase.
- Shipped to the App Store after two weeks.
Feb 2018 to Current
- Implemented the Inception neural network to identify any object in front of the camera using Apple ARKit and CoreML.
- Added fast language translation using Google Cloud Platform Translation API using target language.
- Shipped a fully functional and well-designed product on a tight deadline to the App Store.
|Apple · WWDC Scholarship in 2015/2016/2018 (selected as 1 of 350 out of 6000+ applicants)||
- Awarded three Apple WWDC Scholarships: provided the opportunity to attend Apple sessions and labs in San Francisco and San Jose.
|Google · Best Use of Google Cloud Platform (selected as 1 of 8 out of 116 apps)||
- TreeHacks was a 400 person hackathon hosted by the University of Stanford, where we developed an iOS mobile app using CoreML and ARKit. Finalist project at Stanford (out of 116 hacks).
|Johnson & Johnson · Best Use of Johnson & Johnson API OTR - Most Entertaining||
- PennApps XIII was a 1500 person hackathon hosted by the University of Pennsylvania, where my team developed an iOS mobile app to encourage younger kids to monitor their blood glucose level at a fixed time interval, by providing an animated and fun-to-use interface.
|Hackathon Participant · Major League Hacking||
Jun 2015 to Current
- Participated and won in 10+ programming competitions hosted at the University of Stanford, Pennsylvania, and Waterloo.
- Awarded prizes from companies like Google, Johnson & Johnson and Target.
- Mentored and provided guidance to beginner/mid-level iOS teams at those events.
|TEDx Speaker · TEDxYouth@Bologna||
Sep 2016 to Current
- Inspiring audiences with my story and message to create change in their own lives.
- The talk was viewed by 60,000 people and it is available to watch on YouTube.