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As a result, the two of us who started off being very poor in programming wound up writing and designing the main structure of a website called “team work”. I continued to be in charge of technology when it came to the stage of APP exploration.

I mean when the main part of the website has been completed, we started to design APP. Usually "when it come to.." is followed by a specific event, not by a word related with time. So I am not sure at all whether it is natural to say "when it comes to the stage of..."

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It's okay, but…

While it's logical to use "when it came to" to refer to either an event or a period in time, it has an idiomatic use referring to an activity:

I continued to be in charge of technology when it came to exploring APP.

(I'm not sure what you mean by APP here, so I'm not sure if "exploring APP" makes sense).

A close relative, "when we came to", allows a greater focus on how you are talking about your experiences:

I continued to be in charge of technology when we came to the stage of APP exploration.

Or perhaps more punch comes with:

I continued to be in charge of technology when we came to explore APP.

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