Aron Budinszky

Experienced iOS and macOS code architect

About Me

My story, in short


Born in Austin (colloquially known as Silicon Hills), I became interested in programming at an early age tinkering at first with MS-DOS QBasic. When I first moved to Budapest, Hungary as a high school student in the late 90s, I learned Perl and PHP to create Zajlik which quickly became one of the biggest online music communities in the country. After working for several different companies creating web, social and mobile apps, I founded Outlast in 2012, a software development agency focused on web and mobile development for ad agencies and startups.

With more than two decades of software development across a wide variety of languages, environments, and technologies, I have amassed a vast array of expertise regarding the art of coding, efficient development processes, and a resolute focus on end-user experiences - whether that be a client, a customer, or another fellow developer.

I am open to iOS or macOS developer positions (Swift or Objective-C) where I can continue doing what I love most: producing productive, test-driven, organized, and maintainable code to create beautiful user experiences.

Projects & Work Experience

Some of the apps I've worked on


Click a logo to see project details. For a list of companies I have worked for take a look at my CV.

Skills & Education

What I know and what I'm interested in


iOS & Mac

6 years of experience
in native dev,
ObjC & Swift,
iPhone, iPad,
& Mac apps.

Web Dev

20 years of experience
in web development
including PHP, JS,
advanced database,
HTML/CSS, Perl,
and server management.

Leadership

Formerly founder & CEO
of web & mobile dev
agency Outlast,
including 7 years of
business & programming lead experience.

Education

Bachelor in Economics & in
Political Science from
the University of Texas.
20+ years of informal &
formal studies in countless
programming courses.

Contact Me

My contacts and full CV


Berlin
Reichenberger str. 98
10999 Berlin, DE
„It’s a very simple connection to make.“ „Extremely simple!“ while demonstrating a complicated connection on the show Database in 1984 #80s #nerd #preinternet -