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DukeMobile gives you access to the latest information about Duke University wherever you are.
Use the DukeMobile suite of apps to find people at Duke, find your way across campus and to keep tabs on sports scores.
· Directory — Look up Duke faculty, staff and students, store contacts with a few taps, and use the e-mail or phone capabilities of your device to connect
· Places — Find the current operating hours of your favorite dining venue, ePrint sites, the Link, DukeCard offices, Duke Gardens and other locations
· Maps — Search for Duke buildings by name, pinpoint them on the map and see your relative location, and zoom or pan across the map using the multi-touch interface
· Social Media — Keep up-to-date with feeds from official Duke channels on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Google+
· Events — Check out listings from Events@Duke
· Athletics — Pick up Duke sports news, schedules and up-to-the-minute scores
· Courses — Access ACES (students), STORM (faculty/staff) and the Course Catalog
· Transportation — Look up bus routes, schedules and track buses in real time. Request a Duke Van.
· ePrint — See location and status of all printing stations on the on the campus-wide print network.
· Sakai — Access course sites for class tools, assignments, discussions and quizzes
· Emergency Information — Be aware of any emergencies on campus, and get one-click access to Duke Police, the Occupational & Environmental Safety Office and other emergency contacts.
· Dining — Find out what's open on campus near your present location. This student-created application will allow you to filter by location, time and food preference. See maps and get directions to your destination.
· Orientation Guide — Quick access to information and upcoming events for new students and their families.
· Research Admin — Access administrative tools supporting research activity
· Scholars@Duke — See public web profiles for all Duke faculty.
**iOS, Java, Android** Currently working as an iOS developer for the Mobility and Analytics Center of Excellence. I've worked with many technologies during my time at Duke. Much of this has been PoC work. I've been focused on mobile development and particularly iOS development for the past year. I prefer iOS and mobile development, but I welcome whatever challenges the future may bring. ** Current role as iOS developer** o Recently deployed my first Duke Enterprise iOS application to production o Completed 3 iOS apps and several POC apps (iOS, hybrid, some Android) ** Worked on mobile development for iOS and Android. Developed with Xcode and MobileFirst development environments. Completed POC with continuous integration (Jenkins) and internal enterprise app deployment with AirWatch. This work proved to be the building blocks of my current team at Duke and laid the foundation for our Mobile Development Center of Excellence. ** Developed application that communicates real time data using PrismTech's OpenSplice DDS software