I am an avid developer mainly focused on Android mobile development. I have been working on the Android platform for over 6 years, constantly learning about the new technologies in order to keep my projects modern and up to date. Recently I have switched to doing all of my Android development in Kotlin. I have also developed iOS apps and have dabbled in web development, specifically TypeScript and Node.js.
For the past two years I managed a team of six mobile and web developers at the Ottawa Hospital mHealth Lab. Doing so gave me my first experience in management, while still being part of the technical side as I continued to develop during this time.
Before my time at the Ottawa Hospital mHealth Lab I cofounded a startup with a couple of friends from McGill and a physician from the Ottawa Hospital. Sigvaria was created in 2014 to create web and mobile solutions for the health sector. One year later, we were absorbed by the Ottawa Hospital and rebranded as the Ottawa Hospital mHealth Lab.
I am currently a freelance Android developer looking for my next big project. In the meantime I have been working on personal projects and deepening my knowledge on all the technologies mentioned above.
I have used the following languages and platforms:
CANImmunize is a free digital tool for Canadians that securely stores your vaccination records and helps you get vaccinated on time. I was initially the QA tester for the first iOS version of the app, and was then tasked with bringing it to Android. We released the Android version in March 2014. Up until January 2019, I was the main Android developer, a secondary iOS developer, and the lead of the development team for the app.
During my studies at McGill I started working on an unofficial open-sourced McGill app with a group of friends for a class project. I took on the role of project manager and lead Android developer. We released MyMartlet for Android on September 2014 and I am still actively maintaining the app.