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“...learning new approaches to mobile development”

Alain Ndayishimiye, Class of 2012

Alain Ndayishimiye

Hometown: Kigali, Rwanda
Major: Computer Science
Research title: “Cross Platform Mobile Development”

 “For the purpose of my research, I created an Android app that helps users get basic BVU content. The greatest impact of this research was learning new approaches to mobile development and app development using basic but effective web tools. Dr. Shepherd was a big part of my research and academic life at BVU. He helped me navigate through my research by acting as a resource to all my questions and guiding me on where to find information.”  

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