Node.js Developers

10 results from Eastern Europe

Node.js - cross-platform run-time environment for executing applications written in JavaScript. It extends JavaScript’s functionality from browser-only to building standalone applications.

Alexey K.

UA

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Architect. Lead Node.js developer. Team lead. DevOps practitioner

I have 7+ years of commercial experience in web development;

Glib I.

UA

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Node.js developer

Backend development on Node.js platform with Couchbase + Elasticsearch and Redis as message queue

Elena S.

UA

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JavaScript+Node.js developer

Full-time commercial web development since 2007

Rodion B.

UA

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Full time

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Team Lead/Senior Node.JS Developer

6 years of experience in commercial web development.

Vitalii R.

UA

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Senior node.js Developer

10 years experience in PHP, SQL, HTML, CSS

Pavlo S.

UA

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Node.js Developer

I am a frontend developer with over 7 years of experience.

Alexander Z.

UA

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Back-End Node.js Developer

I’m highly motivated and responsible person who is passionate about web development

Sergey P.

UA

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Senior Node.js developer/Team Leader

Ten years in Web development, more than half of it as a Team/Tech Leader

Rodion C.

UA

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Full time

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Lead PHP/Node.js Developer

Over 8 years working in the Information Technologies (IT) industry

Stanislav K.

UA

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Full time

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Full-stack WEB development / Augmented Reality mobile application

Open-minded, result oriented, creative, responsible, highly motivated and eager to challenges and learning new skills.

Do you need to hire a Node.JS developer for your project?

Node.js is a cross-platform run-time environment for executing applications written in JavaScript. It was built when the creators of JavaScript needed to extend it from browser-only to building standalone applications.

It has allowed Nodejs developers to create applications with two-way (client-server) connections in real-time, where the data exchanges are virtually unlimited. It can handle an astonishing number of connections at the same time.

This means that Node.js isn’t universal, but it solves a particular problem. It’s not a good platform for solving large computational issues. However, the unique architecture of Node.js makes it great for creating easily scalable, fast network applications in JavaScript.

Many high-profile companies use Node.js, like Walmart or Uber, even institutions like NASA.

The main difference between Node and other web servers is that traditionally, a web server has to open a new connection for every request, blocking other incoming connections. Because of that, scaling a typical server requires launching additional servers.

Node.js, on the other hand, is driven by events. This means that it can handle much more requests at a time, and it makes Node fast, and easily scalable.

Some say that it works best for web applications which need a stable connection between the server and the user, like online games or chat software.

It’s open-source, and a whole ecosystem has grown around it. Developers constantly create new modules and packages for others to use in specific situations. These add-ons can be found in the node package manager (npm), an open library of JavaScript projects.

This means a different workflow for developers using Node.js. There are packages for almost any situation in the npm, so the first thing that a good developer will do is find, and implement the right packages to save development time.

Characteristics of a good Node.js developer

Because of the power of the npm, Node.js developers need to be efficient at finding, and verifying ready-made packages. It’s added bonus if they’ve also taken part in the development, or debugging of packages available in the npm, because it means that they are committed to the Node.js ecosystem, and part of the community surrounding it.

They shouldn’t try to build everything from scratch – the npm is a vital part of the Node.js environment, and not using it to it’s full advantage will results in wasting a lot of development time.

Copy-paste won’t do it, so a good Node js developer also has to be an expert at modifying code written by others, and integrating it into other systems so that it works without fault. They also need to know how to test, and debug their code.

A good Node developer should be able to explain the details of the process of integrating various modules with different systems. Other crucial skills include a deep understanding of data flows in a Node application, practical knowledge of asynchronous behaviour and programming, and ability to maintain the level of security and performance that the project requires.

Good candidates might be found among JavaScript full stack developers, full stack web developers, senior JavaScript developers, and back-end developers.

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