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PHP DEVELOPERS

July 24, 2017, 11:41 a.m.

 

By Nsim Team

 

If you want to become a PHP developer, you first need to determine if this career path is well suited to your skills and interests. If the following description sounds like you, then you’re probably well suited for a career as a PHP developer:
 
• Do you enjoy learning different coding languages used for creating websites?
• Do you enjoy having a high level of independence in your work?
• Do you have technical skill and a creative spirit?
• Do you enjoy visualizing and mapping complex processes?
 
Those who become PHP developers are typically self-motivated learners who enjoy learning new coding languages. They have a natural aptitude in information technology, as well as a creative side to their personality. Successful PHP developers also have the intellectual capacity to visualize complex processes, and the patience and diligence to write clean and concise code to map out and execute those processes.
 
A career as a PHP Developer is one that is well suited for those with an entrepreneurial spirit, as well as those who are interested in working for start-up or established organizations; this career offers you the ability to contract your services for projects that interest you, start your own software or web service company, or work for well-established and reputable organization.

 

WHO IS PHP DEVELOPER?

PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor. It is a general-purpose script language that works on the server side of web development that is often used along with Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create interactive websites and web applications. PHP developers are responsible for using their knowledge of coding and scripting languages to write concise, clean and well-documented code for websites, software or web applications.
 
 PHP developer is responsible for writing server-side web application logic. PHP developers usually develop back-end components, connect the application with the other (often third-party) web services, and support the front-end developers by integrating their work with the application. They are also often required to develop and integrate plugins for certain popular frameworks.

In addition to writing code, PHP developers may also design website wireframes and layouts, work with online databases, test websites for technical problems and provide advice to a team of web designers and developers.

 

WHAT IS THE ELIGIBILITY OF PHP DEVELOPER?

The educational requirements for becoming a PHP developer largely depend on what your career goals are. If you want to become a PHP developer that works for a small, medium or large company, you will likely need a bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer engineering or software engineering.
 
If you want to become a self-employed PHP developer that works as a freelancer, then you will likely only need to be able to demonstrate competence in PHP programming and development, rather than having a degree.

 

SKILLS NEEDED TO BECOME PHP DEVELOPER

In order to become successful in a career as a PHP Developer, you need to posses a certain set of skills and personality traits. These skills and traits will allow you to perform your job duties with competence, as well as effectively handle the challenges of this career.
 
Personal Characteristics
 
• Enjoy learning computer languages
• Enjoy the challenge of dealing with complicated processes
• Self-reliant learner
 
Soft Skills
 
• Diligence and patience towards work activities and learning computer languages
• Technical aptitude
• Able to listen to a client and gain an understanding of their needs
 
Hard Skills
 
• Strong Object Orientated PHP development skills
• Strong knowledge of JavaScript, CSS and HTML
• Proficiency with content management systems such as Drupal, WordPress or others
• Able to use the language in combination with HTML and database query languages
• Knowledge of SQLite, MySQL or MariaDB, or PostgreSQL, MSSql or similar server technology
• Understand common web application security attacks and how to prevent them
• Able to write consistent, clean, concise, and well-documented code

 

WHO HIRES PHP DEVELOPERS?

PHP developers are hired on a part-time, full-time and contractual basis by a variety of small, medium and large organizations. They may also be self-employed, working as freelancers for clients that range from individuals operating small websites, to large software development companies.
 
Organizations that hire PHP Developers include:
 
• Individual web entrepreneurs and hobbyists
• Software design companies
• Web design and development companies
• Computer system design firms
• Video game development companies
• Internet application companies
• E-commerce application development companies
• Colleges and universities
• Small, medium and large private companies
• Non-profit groups
• Municipal, provincial/state and federal government agencies

 



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