- HTML/CSS: Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML) is the standard markup language used to create web pages. A markup language is your way of making notes in a digital document that can be distinguished from regular text.
- FRAMEWORKS. Possess enough knowledge to build a custom framework.
- He is expected to be well-versed in database administration, performance, and index optimization. Ability to conduct delicate work of composing advanced select queries. Familiarity with the DB maintenance features, in particular, DB mirroring and DB replication. understand the two-phase commit algorithm (2PC) applied for coordinating a distributed transaction (commit/abort). Ability to replace slow cursor-based operations with much more efficient JOIN statements, where possible.
- In-depth knowledge of relational databases (e.g. SQL, MySQL) and NoSQL databases (e.g. MongoDB)
- Functional programming and OOP (Object Oriented Programming) and work with concurrent and logic languages, e.g.:
- Using a CSS preprocessor like Sass, LESS, or Stylus, He should be able to write code in the preprocessor’s language (allowing you to do things that might be a huge pain with plain old CSS). The preprocessor then converts that code to CSS so it will work on your website.
- Knowledge of selected programming languages (e.g. C#, C++, PHP, Node JS)
- Knowledge of Object-Oriented Programming and web application development
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