What is the role of a PHP Developer?
What is a PHP Developer?
A PHP developer is a software developer who specialises in designing, testing, and implementing software using PHP. You will be managing the back–end services to help the interchange of data between server and user.
Work closely with IT team to complete projects
Analysis and development of website and PHP application requirements
Write back-end code and create scripts
Build efficient PHP modules
Develop back-end portals with an optimised database
Finalise and utilise back-end features and data services
Testing web applications
Create documentation for software created
Lead web application development lifecycle from start to finish
Troubleshoot application and code issues relating to PHP programs
Liaise with co-developers and project managers on developments
Deliver task process, evaluations, suggestions, and schedules in line with technical issues
Typical Tech Stack:
Previous experience as a PHP developer is desired
Degree in computer science, engineering, or similar field
Knowledge of PHP web frameworks, PHP coding, and web-based applications
Previous experience creating applications
Ability to project manage and solve problems
Experience with PHP MVP frameworks (Symfony, Kohana, etc)
Extensive experience with SEO (Search Engine Optimisation)
Knowledge of design frameworks
Ability to work under pressure
Team player and good communicational skills
This type of role provides you with the opportunity to work your way up the ladder, starting with transitioning to a senior web developer role. You then have the opportunity to become an IT manager, development director, or chief technology officer.
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