Paul Dippold
iOS Developer
Over 7 years of development experience with iOS. Experience with all aspects of development
process including analyzing needs, designing, programming, testing, releasing, marketing,
supporting, and updating applications. Proficient in the end to end development of an application
in Objective C or Swift.
Recipient of Style Weekly’s 16 under 16 award for achievements in technology, April 2011
Received Scholarships from Apple to attend their World Wide Developer Conference in San
Francisco, California in June 2013, June 2014, and June 2015
Recognized by Henrico County School Board for outstanding achievements in technology,
February 2014
Received Second Century Scholarship from James Madison University’s Computer Science
Department, February 2014
HTML, PHP, SQL, Java, Objective C, and Swift
Xcode, Eclipse, and Oracle Application Express
Paid and volunteer repair of laptops, TV, iPods, iPhones, and cell phones
Henrico County Public Schools- School system consisting of 72 schools and 40,000 students
Mobile Application Developer,
October 2013 - June 2015
Negotiated sale of a mobile application to the school system. Also negotiated an employment
contract to work up to 15 hours/week to support the purchased application and develop new
Programmed and published multiple iOS and universal applications as a member of the school
system technology staff as the sole iOS developer
Set up servers and RESTful services to be used by current and future applications throughout
the county
Self Employed
iOS Application Developer/Web Developer,
2009 – Present
Developed 30+ game and utility applications, 7 currently on the App Store
To date over 12,000 total downloads
Negotiated partnerships with remote partners to establish websites and applications
Attended 3 WWDCs as a scholarship winner
Mills E. Godwin High School class of 2015, 4.19 GPA
James Madison University class of 2019