On June 2012, two of my friends (let's say john and smith) and I worked full time on building a mobile application from scratch. Long story short, john left the team in July, and smith and I did not get another developer to replace john's role. Smith and I agreed to continue working toward the launching date (planned September, 2012). However, we weren't able to launch the project and had to postpone project launching indefinitely. Smith and I worked on this project full time for 13 weeks total.
Smith and I are claiming 50% each for the rights of project we have worked on, and we still have not made any progress since last summer as we had to attend university classes full time.
This summer, I am thinking about applying for summer internship as a mobile application developer. How should I explain this experience in my resume? Is it helpful/harmful to include such experience?
Few points here:
- I worked on building a mobile application last summer for 13 weeks; it has not yet been launched (indefinitely postponed).
- I would only like to share technical details about the project (e.g. programming languages, project management, tools we used) with my employer.
- I would not like to share resources about the project (e.g. logo, app name, objective of the app) with my employer.