Today we’d like to introduce you to Loren Bryant.
Alright, so thank you so much for sharing your story and insight with our readers. To kick things off, can you tell us a bit about how you got started?
It was always my dream to own my own software company ever since I was a teenager. I got started when I decided to create my very own app called DateNite. I wanted to create an app that would help people plan dates and hangouts based on unique spots in their city and know exactly what to do and where to go for fun. I figured not only would it be a chance to start my mobile app company, but also an avenue to show off my work to potential customers. Hence, NuTech Mobile was born, and the app was created under my company.
I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle-free, but so far would you say the journey has been a fairly smooth road?
The road wasn’t smooth given that I had to figure everything out on my own. How to start a company, certain online tools that would help me stay up to date with legal paperwork, customer projects, and the initial app itself. I also wasn’t sure how things would be given that I was the sole owner and engineer so creating timelines for customers would be a new challenge. Lastly, I had to teach myself how to code on both the Apple and Android platforms so there was a lot of google research involved as well.
Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your work?
I am currently a Computer Engineer for GM. I specialize in all types of coding languages and engineering work on both the front end (UI) and backend. I specialize in object-oriented languages like Java, etc. I am most known for my own mobile app called DateNite which I am most proud of. What sets me apart from others is that I am great at solving problems no matter the level of expertise I’m at. I have a knack for learning new things on the fly very quickly when needed.
Can you share something surprising about yourself?
They may not know that I was never formally taught how to code until I was in Highschool. I originally learned as a 12-year-old. That was done in part thanks to my Great Uncle Nathan and ultimately me teaching myself Visual Basic after he showed me the basics.
- Typically $6000+ for small sized mobile app development (one platform)
- Typically $10000+ for medium sized mobile app development (one platform)