Egide Muhire is currently an Android software engineer specializing in the design, implementation and development process of Android apps with over 6 years of experience.
He has worked on over 15 major Android projects covering various aspects such as e-commerce, financial & banking, and even specific project such as those touching Near Field Communication (NFC).
He is very fluent in Java and Android development. He also has a variety of past experiences with web development through languages such as PHP. He is constantly in search of ways to improve the user experience and tools to make lives much easier for software developer.
When he's not busy coding away, he enjoys design, gaming and playing around with Blender 3D. :)
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