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A Developer as a Hired Specialist: What You Should Know.

Posted by on February 12, 2021 in Stuff with 0 Comments

The basis of any project and its success is people. The employer rightly wants to hire the best. How to hire the strongest developers in the face of a shortage of quality specialists and competition for them with IT corporations? Make them a more attractive offer. We found out that an attractive offer is the ability to work remotely. Very few more can offer this, which should be used.

When you hire a web developer, there’s a risk to get in trouble due to the lack of knowledge and preparation. But ideally, you should hire a specialist with a vision of what technical skills and team role he/she is about to play. That can be hard to understand initially. Here’s a short overview of what to expect from a web developer.

  • Clarify the development area

A web developer is not an application developer. If you need to build an app, hire a specialist experienced in mobile development. The difference lies in the content of the job done: a web developer works with server-connected tasks, while an application developer creates software for the phone.

  • Check the personal qualities

A good specialist should fit in with the staff. That means an ability to understand and deliver the service timely. Moreover, this person should be in constant contact and cooperation with other team members to create a consistent product together.

  • Determine the area of responsibility

Even a front-end and a back-end specialist has some responsibilities that go beyond the service of building software. Put these things clearly during the job interview.

How LemApp can help you get a developer?

We’re an agency from Ukraine that helps businesses in the USA, Canada, and Europe to hire a developer https://lemapp.tech/services/web-development/. If you need a professional in web or mobile development to empower your team, we’re here at your service!

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