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I was 15 years old and had to take coding classes at school, along with the beginning of that first class, this career started. We were introduced to C#, a good coding language to start learning. It was hard at the beginning but I really liked what I was doing, it was awesome.
On my last high school year I had Android classes. At first it was cool developing for mobile devices but I felt something was not right with that and one day, googling, I found it: iOS.
I ended High School on December 2014 and by April 2015 I was working at La Nacion, Argentina’s most read newspaper as part of the iOS Development team. I was 17 years old and I was working in a huge company, it was mind-blowing.
In June, 2016 I was told that we were about to redesign and develop from scratch a new version of an existing app and the best of all, I was going to lead the team in that project. 2 months later, we released the app and it has beenÂ a big success, that was one the best moments of my career.
After 2.5 years working at La Nacion I got an offer from a foreign company offering me to work remotely for them. It was a challenging project and that made it easier to say yes.
Some projects I’ve worked on
La Nacion iOS app
Working for Argentinaâs biggest newspaper we received an app made from a freelancer 3 years ago in Objetive-C. We had to fix bugs immediately and 3 months later we remade the app from scratch in Swift. That app is now #1 in the âNewsâ section in Argentinaâs App Store.
Fix a lot of bugs fast and remake the app from scratch. Through the 2.5 years Iâve worked there we added lots of features resulting in Argentinaâs #1 news app.
Objective-C and Swift and specifically translating from the former to the latter one. We started with Swift 1.2 but we had to migrate the whole project every time a new version was released.
Club La Nacion iOS app
1 year after I got into the newspaper we developed another app aimed for the subscribers of a membership program to show them where they have discounts and benefits. We would show them the benefits filtered by distance, benefit type and membership category. I led the iOS team for this project and I had the chance to discuss a lot of ideas with the UI/UX people which led to an app with awesome user experience, lots of cool animations and a very good feedback from our users.
Lead the iOS team (3 people) and discuss ideas with the UI/UX people. Define the architecture and technologies of the app and have regular meetings with the UI/UX department.
Swift 3 was used (latest one in that moment). A lots of animations were made (using CoreAnimation).
Freelance project iOS app
I was hired by an American company to help them with the development of an app they had outsourced to India. The app was about to be sent to the App Store for the first time and it was filled with bugs which we sorted as quick as possible. Once in the Store I continued working for them for the maintenance of the app, some hours per week.
Consultancy regarding app architecture, code quality and security.
Swift 4, RxSwift
La Nacion app
La Nacion app is the foundation of the company, it's written in Objective-C and we are migrating it to Swift.
Club La Nacion app
This is the company's new app in which I lead the team, it's written in Swift, download it and check it out!
iOS DevelopmentI’m currently looking for a remote full-time job, want to talk about that? Â Â 412-473-9779Â Â
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Dedicated SupportWhen I’m employed or freelancing, I dedicate all my time to that specific project and I’ll be always available to solve any issue or help in any way I can.
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