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Michael Odera

Android Developer



Micheal is an Android developer with 4+ years of experience in the software industry. He is comfortable with Android development using Java and AngularJS among other skills. He has worked as an individual contributor in the past on multiple projects. Domains he's worked on include banking, asset management, school management, and IT services. Having worked remotely in the past, he places a heavy emphasis on communication skills.

Vineetha Venugopal

Senior Android Developer



Vineetha has 6+ years of experience in Android development with the likes of Samsung R&D, Shop101 & Infosys. She specializes in highly scalable, real-time Android applications, with past experience in C#, Java & database technologies. Her experience as a freelance Android developer covers a variety of project setups from building apps for startups to the development & continuous delivery of large-scale, projects.

Ugochukwu Onuoha

Android Developer




Ugichukwu is an Android developer with 2+ years of experience in mobile app development. His skills include Android, Kotlin, Firebase, and Flutter among others. Having worked in both service-based and product-based companies, he is quite comfortable with building products across industries. He has previously worked in the education and transportation app industries.

Gangadharan Kuruvath

Senior Android Developer




Gangadharan has 17+ years of experience in developing and architecting applications in the cable and telecommunication sector, of which the last 6+ years is in native Android development. He has worked with companies like Comcast Cable, British Telecomm, Texas Instruments, and DHL. His projects as freelance Android developer emphasizes on E2E product lifestyle and he has the ability to adapt and excel in the required technology, bringing in an end-user driven attitude.

Chin Loong Tan

Senior Android Developer


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Chin, primarily a mobile application developer, enjoys building iOS and Android apps using React Native. Apart from this, he is also well-versed in backend technologies like Ruby on Rails and has been in the software development space since 2015. He has built a number of apps across various domains including e-commerce, management, social networking, travel, etc.

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Archibold Baidoo

Android Developer




Archibold is a full stack developer with 4 years of experience. He is a developer who can develop both web and mobile applications where TickethouseGh is one such project. He is an expert in technologies like NodeJS, ReactJS, Java, Kotlin, Android, etc. He is capable of building applications from scratch as a sole developer and as a team member as well.

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How to hire the best Android Developers?

Mobile development is ubiquitous. According to Evans, the number of developers targeting mobile development increased significantly from 2 Million in 2006 to 12 Million in 2016- out of which 5.9 Million were android developers. The study also predicted that the number of mobile developers would top 14 Million in 2020. The mobile traffic has increased from 48% to 52% in the last four years, and it is no surprise the Evans prediction holds true.

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It feels like we’ve been using android devices for ages now, but it has only been a little over ten years since the android debut.

  • Origin story: In October 2003, before the term “smartphone” was used and much before IOS launched its first iPhone, Android Inc was founded in California. One of the founders, Rubin, quoted that Android Inc was going to develop smarter mobile devices that are more aware of its owner’s location and preferences.
    As reported by PC World, Android OS was originally meant to improve the OS of digital cameras. The company even pitched to investors in 2004, explaining how Android could be installed on a camera and connected to a PC. After the market for stand-alone cameras declined, the company shifted its gears to OS inside mobile devices.
  • Widely popular: Android vs. iOS development has been dominating the operating system market for the past few years. Android holds 68% of the market share, and iOS holds about 29.92% while the rest are smaller operating systems.
  • Built using different programming languages: Java is the most-used language to build an android app. Some other languages are Kotlin, C++, C#, and Python.
  • Other trivia: Android released its first version of OS in Sept. 2008 with no code name at all. A few months later, Android 1.1 was released. It didn’t have a public code name, but it was internally referred to as “Petit four,” which refers to a French dessert.

    It was not until the launch of Android 1.5 that the OS version got its first public code name: “Cupcake.” The credit for naming the Android versions after candy and desserts have gone to its project manager, Ryan Gibson. When asked the reason behind these names, he said, “Since these devices make our lives so sweet, each Android version is named after a dessert.”
    Another fun fact, the android robot itself is an open-source project. Unlike other companies, Android didn’t protect the mascot allowing it to be modified and redesigned under the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
    In July 2005, Google acquired Android Inc. with its core employees Rubin, Miner, and White. And, every year when Google reveals its code name, it places a new statue with the code name on the lawn in front of its company office in California.

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