We’re staying in the web development area.

In this article, I’m going to go over the question of who is who. When you were looking for a potential candidate, you’ve probably noticed that they tend to call themselves different names. I hope that getting familiarized with the terms will help you understand better the candidate’s profile and thanks to that you’ll gain the confidence that you’re actually contacting the right person. Some misunderstandings on the subject resulted with labelling us as the ones who can’t tell the difference between candidates who use Java and those who are proficient in JavaScript.

Let the games begin.

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It’s time for another area. A rather pleasant subject, namely the frontend. In small steps, I’ll try to explain what you might know from autopsy. For starters, basic concepts.

What is it about? Creating web applications, in simple words – websites. After typing in a specific web address, the site you are looking for appears and all you see and all you can click on is the frontend. Some websites can be breathtaking: beautiful font, colours, graphics, animations, drop-down menus, transparency and other wonders. However, it’s not all about the looks but above all about making it useful and user-friendly. Maybe some of you, get annoyed that you can’t find something on the site or one of the buttons doesn’t work. You click and… no effect… almost makes you throw the PC out the window…No? Okay, maybe I’m the only one who gets carried away sometimes.

Let’s move on…

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