Jonas has acquired a intimate knowledge of Android and worked on everything from framework porting to application development. He is also active on Stack Overflow to help new developers which has given him reputation in the top 1%.
To be an early adopter is in Jonas spirit and this leads to late nights with Arduino-cards, oscilloscopes and soldering iron.
To be Agile and help others become self-empowered is his latest mission. With both theoretical and practical experience Jonas has become quite successful in helping introducing Agile workflow in software development.
Yaser has been involved in developing a large range of award winning apps for both iOS and Android. This is a list of some of them:
- Live Score Tennis (internal project, iOS app)
- Franks Prank Calls for Tele2 (Android app and Asterisk PBX server)
- XCTravels for Volvo (iOS and Android app)
- Västtrafik Tram sightseeing (iOS and Android app)
- IKEA Kondis for IKEA (iOS app)
- IKEA Skål for IKEA (iOS app)
- The Promise Keeper for Reebok (iOS and Android app)
We think that says it all, don't you?
Peter has worked with embedded systems since graduation from university at 2004. First employed at Ascom the software development was mainly in C/C++. Around 2007 Peter began specializing in WiFi, specifically Voice-over-WiFi for the enterprise, which requires high level of security, reliability and performance.
At 2008 Peter founded a company for mobile application development, mainly for the iPhone and Android platforms. This later resulted in a partnership in the larger company MadinSweden. After a couple of successful years Peter co-founded the more focused company Bespoke Code.
During these later years Peter has developed a deep knowledge in app development for both iOS and Android as well as backend systems running in server environments and in the cloud.
Jon discovered an interest in programming while putting together small batch scripts during his years as a project coordinator at CBG Konsult. Seizing the opportunity to learn new things, he soon turned to studying again to become a software developer.
Jon's two years at Appland gave him a solid start in developing software with a wide variety of tools and techniques. He knew he was at the right place in life, the foundation was laid.
Moving on to Ascom, Jon sought new ways to challenge himself and raise his level of expertise in app development. While maintaining the iOS version of Ascom's new smartphone apps, he has gained confidence to take on new projects, working from the ground and up.
Now starting out as freshman at Bespoke Code, what next?
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