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@vnosc
Flag of Vietnam Da Nang, Vietnam
Member since November, 2011
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vnosc 

We provide mobile development solutions with Android, iPhone app development along with latest programming techniques and smartphones. Our service of mobile development guarantees for high quality and only finishes the project until our customer accepts it after testing with competitive price. That means we take the satisfaction of our customer as the highest priority. Besides, we serve our customer for all-in suite. Sometimes, our customer needs us to do both iPhone app and Android app. It's ok. Sometimes, they would like to develop a corresponding website or an admin page to manage conte nt via their server. We will do it. Sometimes, they are not able to apply a complete app to App Store (for iPhone app) or to Android Market (for Android app) by themselves. We will help without any extra cost. Those will be more convenient for our customer. A matter we think it's quite important is working time. Once we and our customer are able to discuss online directly at the same time, the response speed will be better than we discuss by leaving messages. Our working time is appropriate for business hours in North America and Europe.
$13 USD/hr
16 Reviews
5.4
  • 88%Jobs Completed
  • 100%On Budget
  • 82%On Time
  • 54%Repeat Hire Rate

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Experience

Team Leader

Oct 2010

Project Manager

Apr 2008 - Sep 2010 (2 years)

Education

Bachelor

2003 - 2008 (5 years)

Certifications

SR8000978 (2009)

IBM Certified Solution Designer - Object Oriented

This certification targets intermediate level software architects, software analysts, and designers. The Solution Designer is an individual who provides services related to developing use case, software architecture, software analysis, and software design models using Unified Modeling Language Version 2 (UML 2). The Solution Developer is expected to be knowledgeable of the aspects of the software development lifecycle that relate to modeling. He or she is expected to be able to conceive and describe the static and the dynamic aspects of software systems, making use of all UML 2 diagram types.

1694 (2010)

Agile Project Management with Scrum

Agile Project Management Methodologies Sequential and Iterative Process vs. Agile Process Self-managing Scrum values, Scrum Framework Scrum Roles Product Backlog Sprint Planning and Sprint Backlog Scrum meetings, Daily stand-up Technical practices Burndown Chart Kanban Planning poker Agile manifesto Continuous improvement