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Jozsef Kiraly

Jozsef Kiraly


I am a .Net and Android developer, and an experienced Android Product Developer.

Work History

Work History

.Net Developer

Jan 2015 - Present
Info-Frame Solutions Kft.

I work as a .Net developer at Info-Frame. My main field of expertise is .Net on mobile devices(Xamarin, Xamarin. Forms and Windows Phone 8), WinRT, and Universal Windows Platform. In the past year I helped develop various solutions for our clients:

- TV2 Live app for Hungary's largest commercial TV network

- e-Napló, a digital grade book

- and several other smaller or proof-of-concept projects.

Product Development Supervisor

May 2013 - Aug 2014
CloudProject Generation Srl

My main task at CloudProject was product development. I ensured that our products were top-notch quality, used proper hardware and software elements, and managed the Product Development team. This task included the realization of an idea into an actual product-from initial design to QA, it was my team's responsibility. Our main profile was the development of thin clients for larger enterprises. Replacing their old, power-hungry and hard to maintain thin client blades with efficient Android-based devices proved to be successful, as we made quite some progress in the area.



AP Degree - Computer Science

Sep 2012 - Apr 2015
University College Nordjylland



Android Development

With the Xamarin.Forms projects, it was often required from me to write custom controls to be used within our Forms application.

Windows 10 Universal Development

Our latest projects targeted Windows 10 as a promising platform - with minimal extra expense, it is possible to have the same application running on desktop, tablet, mobile, IoT and wearable devices, team displays, and even the upcoming Microsoft HoloLens.

Windows Phone Development - C#

In the past two years I have learned a great multitude about the Windows Phone platform, though I'm far from knowing every little tidbit about it.

This includes both Windows Phone 8.0 and 8.1 Silverlight, and the WinRT 8.1 platform


In the past year I've been mostly working with Xamarin.Forms to develop consumer applications. Currently there are two of said applications are available on all three major mobile platform's respective application store.