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Android Developer looking to move to Flutter

Shaale , Bangalore · www.shaale.com · Full-time employment · Programming

We are looking for a very passionate developer who has had a great foundation and is looking to use his experience to learn and move to Flutter, Google's mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native experiences on iOS and Android in record time

Requirements from interested candidates -

  1. 3 years or more experience in building mobile applications in Android or iOS. 
  2. Ability to show off a product (Website / App (Android, IOS,Flutter or Web) / Algorithm) built entirely by the candidate. We love new experiments (both failed and successful)
  3. Knowledge of using and connecting to REST API for 3rd party support.
  4. Knowledge of concepts in Flutter such as State and Stateless widgets, Material Widgets, plugins and other basics required to build Flutter app.
  5. Knowledge or experience in Dart language.
  6. Knowledge of Object Oriented Programming, Java, Android, Swift, Javascript or TypeScript. Bonus points for TypeScript, ReactNative, Dart, Firebase and Google Cloud and Git. (If you know how to drive a car properly you can drive any car with a bit of learning curve).
  7. Advanced knowledge of Relational databases such as MySQL or any NoSQL databases.
  8. Tech Savvy - Tell us something new ! 
  9. Knowledge of Command Prompt or Terminal.
  10. Attitude to learn - Attitude is Everything.
  11. Passion for developing products

Additional Requirements - 

  1. Projects on Github or Gitlab or any other Git repositories - Share your code with us.
  2. Knowledge of Material design or Cupertino design is a Plus.
  3. Basic Knowledge of Iconography and Typography is a Plus.
  4. Should be proactive and responsible - Can work by yourself with less supervision.

Job Perks

  • flexible work hours / work from home

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