Lead iOS Developer at The Washington Post
Computer Software | Washington D.C. Metro Area, US
I'm a nuclear physicist turned mobile engineer. I specialize in iOS development, where I've developed commercial & enterprise apps, open source libraries, and closed source libraries in both Objective-C and Swift.
In my career as a developer, I've written and consulted on apps for Firefox, Porsche, Ducati, Thrillist, JackThreads, Bulova, Fantasy Interactive, EVE Online, Shelby.tv, ID.me, and many others.
My software has been published in Mashable, TechCrunch, PC World, Read Write Web, The Atlantic, New York Times, The Washington Post, Life Hacker, CNet, Switched and a few European physical publications.
On a few occasions, I've been asked to give quotes on mobile-development-related topics in The New York Times, TheNextWeb and Mashable.
The classes that I teach (and have taught) have be found here: https://generalassemb.ly/instructors/arthur-sabintsev/1796
My open-source projects can be found on GitHub at: http://github.com/ArtSabintsev