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Edward Rush

Software Architect

Charlotte, United States

Edward Rush

Charlotte - United States



Certified Mobile Developer




  • C#,
  • Xamarin Forms,
  • Xamarin iOS,
  • WebAPI,
  • TSQL,
  • PLSQL,
  • ASP.NET,
  • MVC,
  • Compact Framework,
  • .NET Framework,
  • Windows Mobile 6.5,
  • SqlServer,
  • Oracle,
  • JQuery,
  • Javascript,
  • JQuery,
  • Reflection,
  • JSon,
  • XML Serialization,
  • Barcode Scanning,
  • Image Processing,
  • Image Storage and Re...,
  • SQLCE,

My Bio

Mobile and Web Software Architect


Senior Mobile and Web Architect.
Currently, transitioning projects to a Cross Platform base in Xamarin to support both iOS and Android.

Developing in Xamarin Studio with IPAD iOS Targeted Development (POC). Using light weight REST services for Data Access. Porting current Compact Framework Code to .NET in Xamarin Development Environment (POC).

Over the past twelve years, I have architected Handheld Solutions using the Windows Mobile Operating Systems versions 5.0 and 6.5. There are multiple pieces to these projects that include SQLServer, SQLCE, Visual C# and ORACLE. The major project I currently support, and do modifications for, runs on over 3500 Field Sales DSD Routes. Over the past twelve years this project has had multiple transitions and re-writes to address the Company’s needs and acquisitions.

Also previously worked in Pocket PC 2000 using eVC and eVB. This was prior to the introduction of the Compact Framework from Microsoft. So, I have been in the Mobile arena many years servicing Manufacturing and Field Sales Operations.

Website Development ASP.NET and MVC. Please See LinkedIn for more details on Web Development. I have had many years of .NET Web Development beginning with .NET 1.0 to the Present. Currently working on updating to ASP.NET Core.


Master Of Science in Information Technology From University of North Carolina at Charlotte (MSIT)