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Frontend And Full Stack Developer, Dublin, Hubstaff

Published 2022-09-24
Expires 2022-10-24
ID #1181980108
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Frontend And Full Stack Developer, Dublin, Hubstaff
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Frontend and full stack developer


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We are looking for a highly skilled computer programmer who is comfortable with both front and back-end programming. Full stack developers are responsible for developing and designing front-end web architecture, ensuring the responsiveness of applications, and working alongside graphic designers for web design features, among other duties. Full stack developers will be required to see out a project from conception to final product, requiring good organizational skills and attention to detail. Developing front-end website architecture. Designing user interactions on web pages. Developing back-end website applications. Creating servers and databases for functionality. Ensuring cross-platform optimization for mobile phones. Ensuring responsiveness of applications. Working alongside graphic designers for web design features. Seeing through a project from conception to finished product. Designing and developing APIs. Meeting both technical and consumer needs. Staying abreast of developments in web applications and programming languages. Managing the complete software development process from conception to deployment Maintaining and upgrading the software following deployment Managing the end-to-end life cycle for the production of software and applications Overseeing and guiding the analyzing, writing, building, and deployment of software  Overseeing the automated testing and providing feedback to management during the development process  Modifying and testing changes to previously developed programs Degree in computer science. Strong organizational and project management skills. Proficiency with fundamental front-end languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Familiarity with JavaScript frameworks such as Angular JS, React, and Amber. Proficiency with server-side languages such as Python, Ruby, Java, PHP, and.Net. Familiarity with database technology such as MySQL, Oracle, and MongoDB. Excellent verbal communication skills. Good problem-solving skills. Attention to detail.

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