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David Brooks

iOS Developer

My passion for technology first formed when my mother took me to a nanotechnology lecture at Rutgers University when I was in middle school. I started programming when I took my first Computer Science class in high school, where I was introduced to my first programming language, C++. Around this same time, Apple had released the iPhone and the SDK that came with it. Instead of having a teacher to guide me, I taught myself Objective-C and began to learn the iPhone development environment.



  • September 2011 - May 2015

    Loyola University Maryland

    Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

    Minor in Mathematics

    Expected Graduation Date is May 16, 2015


  • September 2010 - Present

    David J Brooks

    Freelance iOS Developer

    -"Never Have I Ever"-My most successful iPhone App. I developed it, sold it on the App Store and then sold it to another developer. Full app-lifecycle experience.
    -Current work in progress app: "No Tow" due to be released in January.
    -"InAppPurchaseManager": Framework for in app purchases, only 10kB in size, free and open source to anyone on my GitHub.
    -Actively contribute to GitHub repositories that others creates.
    -Worked for a German client this past summer.

  • September 2013 - Present

    Loyola University Maryland Campus Ministry

    First-Year Programs Coordinator

    • Direct two weekend long retreats of 40 First-Year students each year at Loyola’s Retreat House
    • Direct the Connections program which takes places before Fall Orientation that welcomes 40 First-Year students to Loyola
    • Coordinate all meetings and development of three different six person leadership teams
    • Collaborate with other Jesuit colleges and universities around the country sharing new ideas and feedback of programs

Technical Skills

These are the technical skills that I have accumulated through my work both in school and on my own.

  • JAVA
  • UNIX


These are the awards that I have been honored to receive as a developer.

  • Presidential Scholarship

    Scholarship Recipient

    Loyola University Maryland

  • Cura Personalis

    Honor Recipient

    Loyola University Maryland

  • Loyola Dean's List

    Fall 2013 and Fall 2014

    Loyola University Maryland

  • Computer Science Award

    First-Year Recipient

    Loyola University Maryland



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