Full stack developer

Full Stack

As one of the most popular developer jobs and higher paying role, a full-stack web developer should be able to work on both in the front end as well the back-end of any application. Skills are often centered around solution stacks like LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) or MEAN (MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, Node.js) which contain all the technologies required to set up a complete website.

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To develop front-end pages demonstrating expertise in fundamental visual and interactive design disciplines, front-end devs should be adept at three main languages: HTML, CSS, and Javascript programming. Front-end devs should also be familiar with frameworks such as AngularJS, React and Vue and libraries like jQuery or Backbone.js.

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Mobile Developers work with clients to produce fully functional mobile applications that will be fast, efficient and reliable on different platforms such as iOS, Android and UWP platforms. Experiences with one or more programming languages and code versioning tools are usually required.

Knowledge of UI/UX standards are important in order for you to collaborate with designers and other developers to analyse, design, and ship new features. Need to improve on your programming skills? Read our article below!

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QA test engineer


QA/Test engineers develop and execute exploratory and automated tests to ensure product quality. To achieve that objective, experience in QA methodology, test management softwares and the ability to document and troubleshoot errors is usually required.

Familiarity with Agile frameworks and regression testing is a plus. As QA/Test engineers, you work with cross-functional teams to ensure quality throughout the software development lifecycle and ensure consistent project execution and it is therefore important to have good communication skills.

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As a Product Manager, you work closely with the business, marketing, engineering teams and designers to build and improve product features. Integrate findings from competitive market research, usability studies and data analyses into product requirements to enhance user experience. Conduct AB testing and user feedback analysis.

Define, track and analyse metrics that measure the success of the product features. Project manager is an important role and should therefore have strong communication skills, good analytical and quantitative skills and be highly adaptable!

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