Mativo Dominic is a Graduate engineer and mobile software developer with over five years experience in design and development of mobile applications. His interest lies in developing systems that are easily accessible via mobile phones. He's fluent in several technologies like android, Java, PHP, USSD, C++, C and assembly.
After a diploma in Business Information Technology from Strathmore University, he obtained a Bsc in Electronics and Computer Engineering from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) owing to his great love for electrical engineering.
When not developing intuitive mobile applications you will find him looking into Embedded systems, engineering designs and Renewable energy. Dominic has co-founded and worked with several startups in a bid to understand changing business environments.
In 2016 Feb, he was part of a team that won the Young Innovators award at AITEC East Africa ICT summit in Nairobi by designing and developing an alternative digital power distribution system.
In his free time he likes photography, riding and hanging out with friends and family.
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