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Software Developer

Our client Subin is a Software Application Developer with 10+ years of hands-on experience in an FDA regulated environment, developing apps (iOS/Android/Hybrid) for mainly Healthcare and Navigation domains.

About Subin:

Software Application Developer with 10+ years of hands-on experience in an FDA regulated environment, developing apps (iOS/Android/Hybrid) for mainly Healthcare and Navigation domains. Curious and innovative with strong analytical and problem-solving skills, with a knack for bringing simple, reusable solutions. Solid experience in working from end-to-end; from customer interaction, requirement collection, technology selection, design, development and verification, to the handover phase to the marketing/sales team. Approachable with effective communication skills across all levels, and rated highly in appraisals for peer training skills and technically diverse knowledge

Technical Skills:

  • Android (Kotlin, Java, Compose)
  • Flutter (Dart, Platform Channel)
  • C++, Qt/QML, JNI
  • BLE, Beacons, Wifi Direct
  • Python, NumPy, Yolo, OpenCV, PyQt
  • DICOM, Medical Image Processing
  • Software Security, Threat Modelling

Achievements:

  • 7 Patents and one trade secret filed related to Mobile Apps and Cloud Technology in Ultrasound
  • Awarded with “Most impactful IP” in GE Healthcare in 2012
  • IEEE Annual Conference 2016 – Automated Bladder Volume Measurement Publication
  • Awarded with “TMI Tech award – 2018” in GE Healthcare
  • 1st Prize for a poster presentation titled “Ultrasound Apps & Digital Probe” at GE Tech Symposium

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