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Hi 👋 My name is Etornam Sunu Bright

Mobile & Backend Engineer

A results-oriented software Engineer specialised in developing efficient and enterprise-level mobile apps and backend services. Worked on 12+ user-friendly and fully functional applications for Android and IOS. I have experience with different stacks; from Dart to JavaScript to Typescript to PHP to Swift to Java & Kotlin and some little Go, Rust and Ruby.

  • 🌍  I'm based in Accra, Ghana
  • 🖥️  See my portfolio at
  • ✉️  You can contact me at
  • 🚀  I'm currently working on Tasky - (open source)
  • 🧠  I'm learning SwiftUI and Rust
  • 🤝  I'm open to collaborating on any interesting project


Java Javascript PHP Ruby Go Swift Typescript Rust NodeJS Express GraphQL MongoDB MySQL PostgreSQL Firebase Appwrite Heroku Supabase Lavarel Figma Sketch



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  1. WalletUiApp Public

    This project is an implementation of a Design on

    Dart 126 62

  2. A task manager built with Flutter, Serverless, Postgres, Firebase

    Dart 115 35

  3. An IOS app the adds sound effect to recorded Voice Audios

    Swift 2

  4. Implementation of Flutter Desktop Application

    Dart 35 6

  5. A UI implementation of a VPN app in Flutter

    Dart 56 18

  6. This is the backend service for the Tasky app platform. This is a serverless app written in nodejs.

    JavaScript 11 8

6,074 contributions in the last year

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May 2022

Created 3 repositories
86 contributions in private repositories May 2 – May 23

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