I am an expert developer of high performance cross-platform software exceeding strict quality standards in highly regulated industries.
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I have 18 years of software engineering experience developing software in mission critical systems for aerospace and telecom companies. I also have 6 years of experience developing automated trading software supporting my own foreign exchange (forex) trading.
I am experienced designing and coding communication protocols, large-scale distributed systems, client-server applications, database systems, and...
Cross-Platform Software Development with Native Look and Feel:
+ Increases return on investment with custom solutions that satisfy current project needs while still being well positioned for future growth
+ Lowers development time when support for multiple operating systems is desired by re-using most of the source code, frameworks, and test plans
+ Maintains end-user loyalty when leveraging C++ with the power of the mature and widely used Commercial Qt frameworks by Digia, which makes use of native UI libraries to provide a native application experience
+ Looking into the future, Digia will be formally supporting iOS and Android in the next releases in addition to the excellent solution they provide for Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and others. I am currently researching their early-look version supporting iOS.
+ Even when multi-platform support is not needed, the nature of frameworks like Commercial Qt make it very suitable for fast development of desktop applications since they provide highly integrated end-to-end frameworks that link back-end messages, database access, data manipulation, user interface control and look-and-feel in a seamless way
Native Software Desktop and Mobile Application Development:
+ Increases end-user satisfaction for those projects that require a full native experience
+ Increases end-user loyalty with native development for Windows, Mac OSX, Linux and iOS (with tailored UI/UX based on device and purpose)
Native and Cross-Platform...
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