Hello, my name is

Jen Hamilton

iOS Developer & Curious Person

I am a Gainesville-based developer passionate about mobile development. Recent graduate from The Iron Yard's iOS Development course. I study Ruby and Javascript in my free time. Attended RubyConf 2013 as an Opportunity Scholar. Founder and organizer of Orlando Girl Geeks, an informal group for women that meets monthly for dinner and conversation.

  • • Excellent project and time management skills, self-motivated and able to work independently or with a team.
  • • Exceptional written and verbal communication; able to interact constructively with customers, users and team members.
  • • Open and enthusiastic about learning new innovations, technologies, tools and platforms.
  • Swift, Objective-C, Ruby, SQL, Java
  • Xcode, Parse, RESTful APIs, Rails, Agile, OOP, design patterns, iTerm, Sublime, Atom, Sketch, GitHub, gitTower, Eclipse, Bootstrap, ZURB Foundation, WordPress
  • • Gadgets, innovative tech, DIY, streamlined life & work flows, new urbanism, sustainability, civic hacking, social economics, Inbox-zero, weird history, good (and bad) sci-fi/fantasy, travel, art, architecture, music, good conversations, craft beer and playing pool.
  • • Fascinated with the creation and implementation of multi-platform, groundbreaking productivity tools that make lives better.
  • • Helping and supporting local groups and organizations through use of social media and marketing, newsletters, forums, websites, mobile apps, fundraising, volunteering, networking, and organizing.

iOS - Swift

iOS - Objective-C

Web Development


Mobiquity, Inc.

iOS Developer

  • • Develop, upgrade and improve enterprise-level iOS applications in Swift and Objective-C

The Iron Yard

iOS Development Student

  • • Participated in a 3-month, intensive training course in iOS development, studying Swift and Objective-C
  • • Built over 25 iOS apps
  • • Worked with a team on a final project, with beta releases and user testing

  • Tools: Xcode, Sublime, Atom, Sketch, Github
  • Cocoapods: Parse (cloud and local datastore, user authentication), Charts, Fabric.io (Crashlytics, Answers, Beta), Moments, CalendarView
  • Skills: individual and team projects, pair programming, time management, error handling, documentation, creating user interfaces with Storyboards and programmatically

Rollins College

Candidate for BA in Computer Science

Relevant Coursework:

  • • Programming I & II (Java, OOP, Design Patterns, GUI)
  • • System Software Principles (C, MIPS)
  • • Database Management and Administration (SQL Developer)

Freelance Web Development

Web Developer


  • • Copperhead Salon - salon website in Wordpress, with Instagram and Facebook integration and automation
  • • OrlandoScoots - scooter club site on Joomla, with phpBB forums
  • • Tramaine Dion - artist's portfolio site on Wordpress
  • • RatherTaken - small retail site, Wordpress + eCommerce solution
  • • RoutineMatters - professional organizer portfolio/resume site, HTML
  • • Scooters4Hooters - fundraising site in Joomla, with newsletters, forums, calendaring
  • • Libby's Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation - non-profit in Joomla, with newsletters, forums, calendaring
  • • Multiple professional websites - Joomla, Wordpress and HTML/CSS

Moye, O'Brien, Pickert & Dillon, LLP

Litigation Support and eDiscovery Paralegal

  • • Researched, installed, trained and maintained a MS SQL-based enterprise level ESI (electronically stored information) solution. Worked with attorneys to ensure proper forensic collection of data, managed and trained users with ESI software, consulted on matters regarding ESI standards and practices, created best practices for ESI management. Worked with outside vendors and consultants. Kept up with latest rulings affecting discovery of electronic materials.
  • • Managed multiple, simultaneous projects for several teams, effectively and efficiently coordinating resources and managing time and materials.
  • • Supported legal team with research, data analysis, presentation preparation and document management.
  • • Acted as in-house IT support, and was liaison between outside IT firm and employees, facilitating communications and managing the IT services.

Barnes & Noble Booksellers


  • • Managed a team of 40+ individuals, in a store with yearly sales of $5M+
  • • Regularly trained other locations to help increase operational efficiency, personnel training and new store openings.
  • • Selected from a national pool to be a member of the team to help re-establish Barnes & Noble stores and train staff after Hurricane Katrina, in New Orleans, LA.

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Gainesville, FL

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