BACK END Developers

60 results from Eastern Europe

Stanislav P.

UA

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.NET developer

I am a software engineer with an experience designing, programming and testing software

Volodymyr T.

UA

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.Net Developer

Great experience in development systems of business process automation

Roman L.

UA

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Web developer

I’m a web developer with approximately 10 years of professional experience.

Dmytro K.

UA

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Senior .Net Developer

More than 8 years of work experience.

Andrei C.

UA

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.NET Developer

Software Engineer with 7+ years of experience in full life-cycle development, including analysis, design, implementation, testing, refactoring and maintenance of software in web-based environment.

Roman P.

UA

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.Net Developer

6 years experience C# .NET developer

Andriy U.

UA

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.NET Developer

Development of management system of tunings. learning new technologies , make health the world through this technologies.

Volodimir Y.

UA

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C++ Developer

Software development professional with skills in C++ and STL

Igor M.

UA

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C++ Developer

Seeking for a position where I can apply the acquired knowledge, gain working experience, improve my working skills and get new information relevant to my job

Aleksandr G.

UA

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C++ Developer

My field is Information Technology, in which I have been involved since the beginning of the 20th century. I has a consuming passion for developing reliable software.

What do back-end developers do?

Back-end developers are the creators of the logic of an application. Whereas front-end developers make a website or app look good to the eye, the back-end part makes the whole thing work.

Part of what back-end developers do is designing the architecture of the system, building frameworks, and deploying algorithms to solve problems. They make it possible for you to log into your favorite services, store and manipulate your data. It’s thanks to a good back-end that your information is secure, and easy to access from any place in the world with wi-fi.

Which means that for many companies in the tech industry, their back-end is the most important part of their success. Back-end adds crucial usability to application interfaces built by front-end developers.

Back-end programming requires sharp, analytical thinking. The skills and tools required to do the job right are quite different than in front-end development.

Back-end developers should know web server technologies like Nginx, Apache or J2EE. Other good-to-know technologies include operating systems (Unix, Linux, Windows Server, Mac OS), content management systems (CMS, like WordPress or Ghost), cloud computing solutions (like AWS or Microsoft Azure), and different APIs and how to integrate them.

Back-end developers are responsible for the speed, responsiveness and making sure that the all features work properly, as well as enabling good communication between the server, database and application.

They need to write effective, clean, useful and reusable code, but their biggest challenge lies elsewhere. Before any code is written, the most important thing is understanding the business side of the project, translating it into technical requirements, and designing the right technology to meet those requirements.

The challenges of back-end programming

The back-end of a website or app is made of three parts: database, server and application.

Among the biggest challenge that back-end developers face in their work is deciding on the right database architecture to use. A wrong choice here could cause increased costs, and even jeopardize the project in the long-term.

Most websites and all apps are connected to databases and require constant data flow between the database and the user. It’s a crucial element which users depend on, so a good back-end developer should be proficient in database management, know SQL along with the newest relevant technologies, and understand when to use which.

The best back-end programmer to hire is an expert at the tech that your project requires. There are many great server-side languages and frameworks, all of which have different most suitable applications:

  • Python – the oldest scripting language, doesn’t require a lot of code to get things working, so it’s fast and good for building an MVP quickly.
  • PHP – this language has been built from the ground-up specifically for server-side web development, not adopted for it like many others, and it is the most popular language in web development.
  • Node.js – a quite new, but already proven to be very powerful, development environment which makes it possible to build server-side JavaScript applications.
  • Ruby – combining the functionalities of PHP and SQL, it is the right language for creating applications which require complicated database management.
  • C# – it is a pretty universal back-end language, built by Microsoft for their .NET Framework, one of the oldest back-end languages.
  • Java – most commonly used in high-traffic websites, apps on Android, and enterprise applications, it is a flexible back-end language which is a variation of C++.

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