Web developer, strictly speaking, builds and maintains
websites. It Nucleus, a lot of people who create a site from
start to finish -- designing graphics and webpages, figuring
out the site map, then producing the site -- call themselves
Web developers, so it's a confusing term. People who
conceptualize and plan out the site are actually web
designers. Developers are the people who use some form of HTML
to build the actual pages. A Web developer's other
responsibilities could include optimizing graphics for the Web
and producing rich media such as Flash, streaming media, or
Can hand-code HTML
Can optimize graphics and webpages so that they load quickly
Can handle cross-browser optimization -- making sure the
site looks good on different browsers
Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Familiarity with CGI forms
Can deploy dynamic
Web technologies such as XSSI, JSP, ASP,
Dynamo, and Cold Fusion
Familiarity with SSI (server-side includes)
This will become increasingly relevant as DHTML becomes more
widespread and more content is generated using scripts
Senior developers manage the overall building of the site and
assign junior developers specific areas to build.
Has created at least one website
Has updated content on an existing website
At least one year of experience developing and maintaining a
Experience with naming conventions and setting up file
structures (important for large sites)
Can look at a visual design and tell what it will take to
Can tell at a glance how a page was put together or an
entire site assembled
Knows what functions a given line of code performs
At least two years of experience developing and maintaining
a large-scale commercial website
Experience as lead developer or
HOW TO SCREEN FOR QUALITY
Candidates should be able to provide URLs of previous work.
This is the equivalent of a portfolio.
HTML code should be clean and well organized. You can check
this by looking at the HTML source code of sample URLs.
Many Web development companies screen job candidates with a
standardized HTML coding test. Candidates are given an image
created in Photoshop and asked to turn it into a Web page
using only text-based editors.
Get references from previous clients or employers. Was this
person easy to work with? Did he or she produce a
fast-loading, well-functioning site?
Looking at websites done for other clients is not always a
good indicator of a web developer's skills, since it's hard
to tell exactly what they contributed to the site and how
much it's changed since they worked on it. If possible, you
want to see exactly what they contributed. Ask what role
they played in the project. Did they build the entire site
or just optimize webpages?
Be wary of self-taught folks who haven't worked in an agency
or corporate setting. They might not have the training or
discipline to complete jobs on deadline.
A degree in one of the following is helpful: computer
science or engineering, human-computer interaction (HCI), or
Continued education in Web programming, interface design,
information design, or multimedia production is also
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