How to Hire Node.js Developers?

What is Node.js?

What do Node.js developers do?

  • deploying and managing web applications in JavaScript
  • developing back-end components and customer-facing back-end services
  • integrations with third-party servers and services
  • cooperation with front-end developers
  • ensuring safety protocols and data protection measures
  • fixing bugs.

How to hire a Node.js developer?

  • remarkable knowledge of Node.js popular services and frameworks, such as Nest.js, Express, Hapi, Total.js or Koa.js
  • ability to deploy server-side network elements, integrate third-party components, provide a consistent and secure data exchange and work with database
  • being familiar with both back-end and front-end architecture
  • knowledge in user authentication, authorization, data protection and security measures
  • good communication skills and ability to cooperate with front-end developers in order to achieve desired responsiveness
  • writing a clear, efficient and readable code
  • a good understanding of asynchronous programming
  • showing-off technological interest in the latest technologies and trends
  • being aware of industry best practices
  • engagement, contribution and staying active in the JavaScript community
  • problem-solving attitude and skills and error-management

Node.js developer — salary

Hiring Node.js developer

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Aga Babicz

Aga Babicz

Marketing Specialist at Next Technology Professionals - IT Recruitment | IT Outsourcing

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