My name is Vincent, and I have been coding, predominantly, in Swift, for at least a good few years. I am currently a student in Republic Polytechnic, where I learn a wide range of modern languages and technologies. Throughout this journey, I've made a couple of apps and libraries, of which, this website will be the showcase of them.
In 2016, I started reading up about Swift, the new and upcoming language, that it was, back then. I tried to learn it by myself, and slowly, I knew how to code.
In 2018, I started working on open source projects such as UIDeviceComplete, iOS-Open-GPX-Tracker, which improved my coding skills tremendously, through a mix of working, reading and improvising, along with responsibility that comes with each commit. Soon, Avenue GPX Viewer was born, as my first macOS app, in 2019.
In 2020, I am one of the 350 winners of the Apple Swift Student Challenge, and that changed everything. I was given a free 1 year Developer Program account, along with other things, and with that, I launched Sunlight - Rise & Set Times on the Apple App Store, an app that was well loved by many all over the world.
In 2021, I launched another iOS app, called Atmosphere, built for those in pursue of the fluffy things on the blue skies, that is, clouds. Built during a time where a pandemic continued to ravage the world, it was a good pastime for many at home, to be able to identify cloud types, and store images of it, within the app itself, through their windows.
I love great design, and design is such a philiosophy that I truly focus on, for each app that is handcrafted independently by me. I believe that, users appreciate great features a lot better, when the presentation and design of an app is well thought through.
The sense of accomplishment I get out of each project that I've embarked on, along with the compliments and feedback I get along the way, keeps me going, as I continue to build apps for the future, of the future.
I hope you enjoyed your visit to my website, and have a great day ahead.
PS: You might be wondering as you are viewing my website: Why is the icon a bird?
Well, the bird represents strength and will to do something, just like how it's species dives into the water, for it's lunch, and just like how I got through learning programming: repeated practice.