I have worked continuously on MO Hunting for the Missouri Department of Conservation from winter 2014 to the present, adding new features and performing post-release support. MO Hunting interacts with a proprietary server architecture and API via REST calls to allow users to manage their hunting permits and perform "telecheck" confirmations of their targets in accordance with state law.
MO Hunting 2.0 went live in July 2015 and later was a recipient of the 2015 Governor’s Award for Quality and Productivity in the state of Missouri. The app is built in Objective-C using Xcode (iOS) and in Java using Android Studio (Android).
Find MO Fish
In 2014 I rebuilt Find MO Fish for the Missouri Department of Conservation from the ground-up. The new version of the app was implemented natively for iOS and Android and featured a redesigned workflow and UI and additional location report features.
Find MO Fish was developed in Objective-C and Java in Xcode and Android Studio for iOS (universal) and Android. It was released in summer 2014.
Tree Risk Assessment - Level 1
I developed Tree Risk Assessment - Level 1 for the Texas A&M Forest Service. The app leverages the ArcGIS REST API to allow users to submit information about and photos of damaged trees and branches to a server for further analysis.
Tree Risk Assessment - Level 1 was developed in Objective-C and Java using Xcode and Android Studio for iOS and Android. It was released in summer 2014.
Confidential Enterprise Application
In 2013 and 2014 I worked on an enterprise application suite for a large private firm in Virginia. The various applications commonly leveraged the ArcGIS iOS SDK and REST API to capture multiple kinds of field data and submit it to servers for assessment.
The applications were all developed in Objective-C in Xcode. The applications were deployed in 2014 and 2015.