Andrew PalumboPasadena, California, United States, United States

Andrew Palumbo is an accomplished software developer, manager, executive, and consultant with expertise in project rescue. With over 20 years of experience, he has developed a unique specialty in coming to the aid of struggling software projects, providing SWAT coding, technical advising, code review, technical due diligence, and more. As a professional fixer for all manner of software projects, Andrew is your go-to expert when it comes to handling unexpected challenges.

Andrew has worked extensively in various platforms such as iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, macOS, Android, AndroidTV, FireTV, Roku, and Laravel. He’s proficient in languages like Swift, Objective-C, Java, Kotlin, BrightScript, C/C++, PHP, Python, JavaScript, and other rare or in-house languages.

Andrew has worked in sectors such as Smart TV and Streaming Apps, Consumer Mobile Apps, Enterprise Mobile Apps, Desktop Apps, Utilities, and Tools, as well as the Internet of Things and Embedded systems. His education includes a Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from the California Institute of Arts and studies at Caltech.

Organizations he has worked for include Self-Employed as a SWAT coder, master debugger, crisis resolver, and app maintainer, AnyPresence as Senior Software Engineer, Project BX as Chief Technology Officer (CTO), and Digital Whimsy as Consulting CTO (Freelance). He has also worked as Senior Engineer at Art & Logic, Software Engineer at Crestron Electronics, Senior Software Engineer at Inc, and Programmer at Haputman-Woodward Medical Research Institute.

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