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).
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When he's not busy coding away, he enjoys design, gaming and playing around with Blender 3D. :)
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