Enjoy this journey!
Enjoy this journey!
How Many Pizzas is the application to know how many pizzas and how many soft drinks you should buy for a number of friends, besides being able to get the separate bills among each one of them and know how many pizzas you need order to create a children's party!, it also allows you to find the nearest pizzerias so that you don't waste your time consulting and you can enjoy this delicious meal as quickly as possible! You can find it in the Google Play in its two versions: Free and Pro. Bon appétit!.
I'm working giving mantenance to some modules of the app, looking and fixing crashes. Also, third-party code verification and evaluation within the app.
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I worked developing the entire native app, giving ideas to create an intuitive UI, aplying the best practises, uploading the app and new releases into Google Play, looking and fixing crashes. Also I worked giving ideas to bring more and better features, developing part of the DB, recommending the technologies of communication and the use of specific SDKs to create a better product.
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SkyAlert is the most reliable seismic alert on the market that covers the main seismic risk zones in Mexico, from Jalisco to Chiapas, with its own sensor network that notifies you of an earthquake before other systems.
I worked giving mantenance to some modules of the app, fixing crashes, adding new and better features.
Esquire VR was an app where you could watch a video from an actress in Virtual Reality. Esquire VR was thinked to show a new actress every month with a new volume or number of the Esquire magazine (only for Mexico). Esquire VR is no longer available in Google Play.
I worked developing the entire native app, also I worked giving ideas to bring better features and use a better SDK (Google Cardboard) to show the VR into the phone.
Hey there!, my name is Edgar Garcia, I'm from Colima, Mexico and I'm an Android developer since 2015. I adore my wife <3, but also I love videogames, movies and pizza (with soda of Cola)!
As I said before, I'm an Android developer, but also I have experience in Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Web, Videogames, Data Bases and a little of Networking, Ethical Hacking and Ubiquitous Computing. I like to read and learn the technologies from tomorrow.
My work, is developing Android apps for the client of my current job and personal apps for everyone! You can read more in the Work section. I'm the creator and developer of How Many Pizzas, the app to know how many pizzas you should order among a group of friends, the number of soft drinks, the posibility to get the separate bills for the group; the number of pizzas for a children's party and you can search all the pizzerias nearest from you! I started working in the idea in May 2016. If you wish, you can try it in Google Play.
Why E.A.G.B. Corp.? well, E.A.G.B. Corp. is a creation of mine to show my owns develops as a Company, giving to the user something more formal (as a presentation card). I've used very similar names since I was 13 years old.
You can get my resume for more details about me, my work and experience, here.
Effective May 17, 2018.
You do not have to worry about your privacy. How Many Pizzas never will collect your personal data.
Your privacy comes first.
i. How Many Pizzas never will collect, spy on, share, sell or exchange your personal information. How Many Pizzas does not has a database to store user information. Due to the purposes of the application, it is not necessary.
ii. How Many Pizzas will ask for your first name and last name in the section Send feedback, only to give you a formal treatment when answering these comments by email. The information written in these two fields is not relevant and may be replaced by a false or invented name. What will be taken into account are the comments written in that same section.
You can reach me or watch my resume in this ways!