Back end developer
Digital Backbone Builders: Introducing our Back-End Developers, your code architects. Proficient in server-side logic, databases, and APIs, they build robust foundations. Skilled in security, performance, and integrations, they ensure data flows seamlessly. Collaborating with front-end wizards, they shape comprehensive solutions. Remoteli's professionals empower your applications with efficiency and functionality.
Server-Side Logic: Develop and implement server-side logic, databases, APIs, and other back-end processes to ensure smooth data handling and application functionality.
Database Management: Design and manage databases, including schema creation, optimization, and querying to store and retrieve data efficiently.
API Development: Build robust and well-documented APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) for seamless communication between front-end and back-end systems.
Security Measures: Implement security protocols, encryption, and authentication mechanisms to protect sensitive data and prevent unauthorised access.
Performance Optimization: Optimise server and database performance, identifying bottlenecks and implementing solutions for improved speed and scalability.
Code Maintenance: Debug, troubleshoot, and maintain the existing codebase, ensuring it remains up-to-date and functional over time.
Version Control: Utilise version control systems like Git to manage code changes, collaborate with team members, and track revisions.
Server Configuration: Configure and manage server environments, including deployment, scaling, and ensuring high availability of applications.
Integration: Integrate third-party services, tools, and APIs to extend application functionality and enhance user experience.
Collaboration: Collaborate with front-end developers, designers, and other team members to deliver cohesive end-to-end solutions and meet project goals.
Programming Languages: Mastery of programming languages like Python, Java, Ruby, PHP, Node.js, or others, depending on the technology stack.
Server Environment: Proficiency in server environments like Apache, Nginx, or Microsoft IIS for hosting and serving web applications.
Database Management Systems: Understanding of relational databases (e.g., MySQL, PostgreSQL) and NoSQL databases (e.g., MongoDB, Redis) for data storage.
API Development Tools: Familiarity with tools like Swagger, Postman, or Insomnia for designing, testing, and documenting APIs.
Version Control Systems: Skill in using Git and platforms like GitHub or GitLab for version control and collaborative development.
Command-Line Tools: Proficiency in command-line interfaces (CLI) for server management, database operations, and code deployment.
Web Servers and Deployment: Knowledge of deploying applications using tools like Docker, Kubernetes, Heroku, AWS, or Microsoft Azure.
Security Tools and Practices: Understanding of security tools and best practices, including encryption, authentication, and vulnerability assessment.
Caching Mechanisms: Familiarity with caching tools like Memcached or Redis for improving application performance and reducing database load.
API Authentication and Authorization: Knowledge of OAuth, JWT, and other authentication methods to secure APIs.
Web Application Frameworks: Proficiency in frameworks like Django (Python), Spring (Java), Ruby on Rails (Ruby), Express (Node.js), etc.
Serverless Architecture: Basic understanding of serverless computing platforms like AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, or Google Cloud Functions.
Testing and Debugging Tools: Familiarity with tools like JUnit, PHPUnit, and debugging tools for identifying and fixing issues.
Task Runners and Build Tools: Proficiency in tools like Grunt, Gulp, or Webpack for automating build processes and tasks.
Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) Tools: Basic knowledge of CI/CD tools like Jenkins, Travis CI, or CircleCI for automating deployment pipelines.
Monitoring and Logging Tools: Understanding of tools like New Relic, Datadog, or ELK stack for monitoring and logging application performance.
Shell Scripting: Basic knowledge of shell scripting (e.g., Bash) for automating repetitive tasks and server management.
API Documentation Tools: Familiarity with tools like Swagger UI or Postman for creating and maintaining API documentation.