About Tyler White

Tyler envisions a world where digital technologies bring us closer together and serves to uplift the health of us as individuals, families, local communities and a global species. He values setting clear expectations and often goes above and beyond by anticipating needs and calling out potential points of failure. He comes with a keen eye for aesthetics and problem solving. He thrives with goal-driven parameters, milestones and structures.

In his teams and clients, he requires clear and consistent communication, open-mindedness, attention to detail, follow through, integrity, reliability and play.

Tyler grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico and began programming at 13 years of age. He is a visionary thinker and has an intuition that taps into the zeitgeist of the digital market to predict needs before those needs become conscious to public consumers.

Tyler enjoys spending time in nature, dancing, eating organic plant-based food, reading, learning, painting, guitar, and expression of all kinds! (including programming!)

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Skills & Technologies

Tyler is a multi-talented digital creative, entrepreneur, and seasoned developer with over 15 years of total programming experience and specializes in iOS development. He has in-depth experience using the essential iOS frameworks and services as well as some of the lesser used ones.

  • Swift
  • iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch
  • Core Animation
  • SwiftUI
  • AVFoundation / Core Audio / Core Media
  • Objective-C
  • UIKit
  • Networking / io
  • WatchKit
  • App Store Connect
  • iOS / MacOS Dev
  • Core Data
  • Core Graphics
  • HealthKit
  • Asynchronous programming & multithreading
  • XCode
  • MapKit / Location Services
  • SpriteKit
  • Core Motion
  • Profiling / Instruments / Performance

Awards & Press

"Tech Bytes: Tyler White, A Man With Many Apps" - Santa Fe New Mexican
Awarded 1st Place - $40,000 Alcatel-Lucent iPad Challenge
"Santa Fe's Digital Alchemist" - Santa Fe New Mexican
Awarded "Best Use of Web API" - iOS Dev Camp 2009