Delivering value on the two most leading platforms Android & iOS.
Because doing repetitive task is a thing of the past.
Always seeking opportunities to contribute to Open Source projects.
Designing mockups using design principles for the best user experience.
Hi, there! I am Luis and currently working as a Cross-Platform Developer for Charter Communications. In my spare time I enjoy participating in open source projects and coming up with creative mockups/prototypes.
Tasked with the responsability of working on the iOS project for the Spectrum Mobile App implementing the business logic, UI work along with accessibility features for users with disabilities.
Worked in a team that were developing a mobile app for iOS and Android to be used internally in the company by employees to manage their HR options.
Worked in the development of an intercom system along with mobile apps for buildings in the Brooklyn and Manhattan area with features from granting access to the building to reporting illegal subletting to the management company.
Tasked with delivering high-quality and very efficient code, building and testing new features per client’s requests, as well as communicating progress with the team lead and other team members. Expected to meet deadlines for client deliverables and ensuring defects and bugs are quickly found and corrected. Provided software and hardware testing to accomplish this. Participate in the design and deployment of automated tests for various projects.
Tabs set up and navigation in Prism can be a lifesaver when there is not so much time to spare and the requirements seem to be piling up. With Prism 7 it got even easier to set up tabs and that's what we are gonna discuss in this post.
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