I am a self-employed Android developer. My apps are available on both, Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore. Currently, I have over thirty apps available to the public. I have five apps that are in the 100K+ install range, in Google Play alone, and a bunch of apps under 100K installs. At the moment, I am working on my own projects, and improving my skills. However, I am open to working with others. Also, I am open to moving.
I dedicate my time to learning new skills, and also learning to solve the same problems, but in exponential ways. Since I have over thirty apps, I get to play around with different types of scenarios. As a result, I end up becoming comfortable with solving many problems. Once I learn a certain skill, I update several of my apps to practice my understanding. After that, I develop new apps in order to challenge myself to create something new. This process helps me gain a deeper understanding of my own skill level, and it challenges me to continually improve my skills. The bottom line is that I have to keep learning in order to create greater things than I already have.
I have created over thirty apps. Several of them have become fairly successful. Some of my apps have over one hundred thousand installs with over one thousand installs per day for a single app. My apps range from casual games, like Truth or Dare, to things like a notepad, RSS feed reader, and more. The reason for making different types of apps is because I need to practice my skills. Additionally, creating a variety of apps allows me to tests out new features that I may not want to use in an app that I have already created. I have an international audience, so I tend to take user feedback seriously, and adapt my current and future apps toward that audience.
I began programming on my own, right before I started college at Valencia College, where I was majoring in Computer Science. I was never satisfied with the bare minimum approach of the curriculum, and therefore I began creating my own software while I was going to school. In the summer of 2015, I decided to take the summer off and learn Android development.
Now, my apps have become successful and I am growing very quickly. I have five apps that are in the 100K+ install range, and a bunch of apps under 100K installs. I am constantly updating apps, creating new ones, and learning new skills. I work alone developing, designing, and creating graphics for my apps. I have knowledge in several different programming languages, but I prefer Java and Android.
At Valencia, I have taking classes for two majors Computer Science and Computer Programming & Analysis
I attended Valencia College, taking mostly online classes, due to the fact that I wanted to learn the material on my own using books and online resources, instead of sitting through lectures that didn't stimulate any learning. I had big goals, and school was taking too long to get where I wanted to be. So, I started programming, learning new skills, on my own, everyday while still in school. As a result, I became an Android Developer on my own.
I started creating my own Android apps which became a success, but that success led to the creation of many apps that need to be constantly updated, improved, and marketed. For that reason, I am constantly gaining new skills, and pushing myself to learn by doing. I am not focused on finishing a degree, but I am focused on developing new skills that I can utilize and expand on.
I only take classes at school so that I can force myself to learn on top of what I am learning on my own for work.
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