Mobile engineer is a comprehensive term that's used to describe someone who programs and creates mobile applications. It can be pertaining to a web programmer in general who deals with various software platforms writing code that then becomes available on a range of mobile devices, such as tablets and smartphones. The most common types are Android developers or iOS developers. Android engineers work mostly with Java while iOS engineers typically use objective-C or Swift. Besides development of applications, this term can refer to someone employed by mobile networks to monitor and improve performance, as well as coverage. A mobile engineer's job could also entail working on hardware like handsets to test for compatibility and reliability, debug problems in applications along with maintenance and installation of a network's infrastructure. Antenna and chip design, RF spectrum analysis and GGSN (Gateway GPRS Support Node) are other tasks of a mobile engineer.
Seattle has a steadily growing tech industry with plenty of entrepreneurs creating startups after watching the successes of corporations founded in the city like Allrecipes.com, Amazon and Zillow. It's also home to a few video game successes like PopCap and Big Fish Games. This city has an expanding biotech sector and a major trading port.
The Emerald City offers plenty to do besides work. It features stunning views of the mountains and ocean. There are landmarks to visit like Discovery Park, Pike Place Market and the iconic Space Needle. Residents of Seattle also enjoy their biking with plenty of trails to take on.
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