IT

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…

Continue reading Frontend & Backend, briefly about the difference – for IT recruiters.
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Perhaps you have a similar experience… Your manager brings you a new job from a client. We need a tester! ASAP! Pronto, pronto, andale, andale! You get a short description, which is anyway more than you usual get so you can’t complain. There some gibberish – JIRA, JMeter, Selenium, ISTQB, UAT, Black Box… You try to decipher the description but as always time is not your friend and you have to get moving. Anyway, a tester is a tester, right?

Actually, you couldn’t be more wrong. To complete previous topic, we’ll discuss types of tests today.

Continue reading Types of tests – for IT Recruiters
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