Mobile engineers are responsible for building and programming applications for mobile platforms. They work with Android or iOS systems and create applications using Objective C, C#, Java or C++. There are also other mobile platforms like RIM, Symbian and Windows Mobile, and each requires an understanding of their programming languages. Mobile engineers may work with a single platform, or create applications that work with multiple systems for optimal market penetration.
Mobile engineers must work in specific development environments depending on the platform they choose. Android and RIM platforms use Eclipse, iOS uses Xcode, Windows Mobile develops in Visual Studio 2010, and Symbian works with multiple options. Mobile engineers must have a keen understanding of these environments, and be able to code, monitor, test, document changes and debug in these systems. They also implement APIs that ensure mobile functionality.
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