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IOS Engineer

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IOS Engineer


Applico


engineer

 

ios

 

ios

 

engineer

 

ios

 

ios

 
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\nApplico focuses on building apps for platform businesses. Every platform is a technology business which has front-end software for consumers and people producing on the platform. Obviously, there is a backend as well as an admin portal. Our mobile engineers are challenged everyday to understand the environment in which they build products and how best to get the job done.\n\nRole:\n\n-Play a key technical role in all phases of an Applico project (Strategy, Definition, Design, Engineering, QA) \n-Develop and build connected architectures for our clients that reflect iOS best practices \n-Translate business requirements into solid, sound technical documentation which represent an innovative connected solution \n-Evaluate new technologies in order to deliver premium products and to our clients \n-Help manage, contribute and evangelize our internal projects \n-Contribute to open source projects \n-Contribute to monthly team meetings, and report on goals and accomplishments


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