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Hi there 👋

My name is Alexey Plekhanov. I'm a software engineer with over 20 years of application development experience.

For the past ten years, I have been designing, coding, and publishing apps on the App Store along with in-house development for other companies. This decade of professional experience gave me vast exposure to all Apple platforms including watchOS, iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and also backend development using Server Side Swift.

I'm open to new opportunities where I can continue to learn, contribute meaningfully, and foster growth. Feel free to reach out or connect with me on LinkedIn!

Since 2016, I have founded and run a small company focusing on a B2B solution that helps everybody in the meeting room be on the same page. In addition, to keep learning new things, I have a few personal projects that you can see below:


Popular repositories

  1. Custom widget maker app for iOS landing page

    SCSS 2

  2. UserService on Vapor 4. Based on "Hands-On Swift 5 Microservices Development" book by Ralph Kuepper @proggeramlug

    Swift 1

  3. Custom Icon Maker app landing page (forked from emilbaehr/automatic-app-landing-page)

    SCSS 1

  4. Forked from onato/EmojiPicker

    This library to show a popover to select emoji for iOS

    Swift 1

  5. Forked from iGenius-Srl/IGColorPicker

    A customizable color picker for iOS in Swift


  6. Forked from 3lvis/DATAStack

    100% Swift Simple Boilerplate Free Core Data Stack. NSPersistentContainer


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