Andrew Hart, Senior iOS Developer: CV

I’m a 26-year-old Senior iOS developer based in London, with 6 years experience building iOS apps and games using Objective-C, and more recently using Swift. I also have strong experience integrating with external APIs using JSON.

I have some experience with languages such as Python, Lua and Ruby, which I have used as part of personal research into coding in education, and for server development work.

I work with Xcode, SourceTree, Sublime Text and Terminal on a daily basis. I also have experience with Adobe Photoshop and Sketch, both of which I have used to design and export UI. I have 4 years of experience with GIT. I’ve recently explored ARKit and SceneKit.


Screeners: Lead iOS Developer, January 2016 — Current. Internal video streaming service used by leading Film and TV distributors. A key part of this role has been to allow users to securely stream and download content, integrating with FairPlay Streaming technologies.

MegaBits: Lead Developer, March 2014 — May 2015. Monster-training game, played using real-world locations. We used pseudo-random number generation to populate a virtual, living world that would appear the same across every device, with monster population dependent on real-world weather, time of day and geolocation.

First Aid, American Red Cross: iOS Developer, October 2013 — February 2014. Informational medical apps. I worked within a team on a series of informational medical apps both for the American Red Cross and later British Red Cross.

Other Projects

I designed, developed and marketed a number of high-quality apps over time. They are covered in more depth on my portfolio.

Journalized, June 2012 — Personal diary app. Received positive reviews and over 200,000 downloads.

Summarise, May 2015 — Smart alarm clock. Integrated with a variety of APIs and libraries to provide relevant information across a number of categories.

Raise Emoji, October 2015 — Emoji virtual pet for Apple Watch. I used this project to learn about UI, animation and communication APIs of watchOS.

TwIM, February 2017 — A messaging app powered by Twitter DMs. Featured worldwide on the App Store.

ARKit + CoreLocation, July 2017 — Open-source library combining the accuracy of AR with scale of GPS data. Demo received hundreds of likes and retweets on Twitter.

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