Role Definition :
Android Developer is responsible for developing the application in android coding as per client's requirement which is defined in the scope and provide the provide a Technical solution to serve the customers Need.
To develop website user-friendly as per client's requirement defined in the scope.
- Java coding
- Fulfil client's requirement as per scope definition & designated time.
- Troubleshooting & Testing the work
- Openness to learning New technologies / framework / library
Task and activity
- Coding in Java - Use MVC Standard format.
- A tester should not able to find any bugs in the coding done by you.
- Understanding the business requirement of the client, from the scope of work, and make sure all design and API or doc relevant to the scope.
- By following the defined coding standards and the structure of the company.
- Also, document the coding and proper reporting of the work done during the day for the task allocated.
- Before start app, kick-off meeting should be required.
- Before submitting any work to review, make proper tests, with all possible cases.
- The tester or client should not be able to find any bugs in the coding done by you.
- In case of any issues faced, you should efficiently find a solution to the issue in a timely manner.
- If a project is not time-bound, will give a chance to learn new technology.
- If one wants to work in a new technology which they have never worked before, they need to demonstrate basic working knowledge of that technology by giving a test, only after which new technology will be allocated.
- Client or user's reviews about the App
- Number of Bugs discovered by internal team ( coordinator, TL, PM, Tester )
- Time has taken versus estimated time, and Ideal time required to complete the task.
- # of times require help from colleague or Team leader while coding / trouble shooting
- Logical Thinking
- Trouble Shooting
- Debugging Methods
- Self Starter
- Time Mangement
- Team Player
- Java, Core Java
- Android Studio
- Strong experience of UI Design
- Strong experience to use a third-party library
- Rest API