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Cristian is a skilled Senior Software Engineer with 6+ years of technical expertise in the development of web applications; processing billions of rows of data in Python and Java, queried big data with Apache Spark, and tackled DevOps with AWS and Jenkins. He is a security champion on projects driven by quality, performance, problem-solving, and results.
Milan is a driven and experienced Software Developer with over 10 years of industry experience in web and software application. He is technically proficient in Java, PHP, Node.js and React.JS and enjoys working on innovative projects for start-ups and agencies/consulting firms. He is a dynamic communicator and is dedicated to delivering high-level support throughout every project for clients.
Ruslan is a seasoned Software Engineer with many years of industry expertise. He has been developing, testing, deploying, and maintaining different web-based applications for clients using various languages and platforms for over a decade. He is an avid learner, keeps abreast of the latest software trends and delivers solutions that are performant, simple and maintainable.
I am a polyglot Software Architect with technical specialty in backend systems; especially data engineering. I am an avid learner, and I don't shy away from frontend challenges or new skills. I am adept at prototyping new and innovative experiences with up and coming software, hardware and growing industries curating serverless architecture, natural language chatbots, video game streaming, etc. I am hands-on with services like Twitter/Twitch/Facebook/Mixer and seamlessly refactor them into larger SaaS products for business clients.
I am a highly skilled Full Stack Developer and Analyst with 15 years of in-depth expertise in Frontend/Backend technologies, best practices, design patterns, UI/UX technologies, and database technologies. I have mastery in the full mobile development life cycle and provide technical leadership for the implementation of different high-volume mobile consumer products. I have incredible performance and memory tuning skills and deliver highly-rated apps to the App Store.
I am an expert Full Stack Software Developer with technical proficiency in Mean Stack for the delivery of high-quality solutions for clients. I am an ardent learner of new technologies; applying them to improve and enhance software products for clients. I produce frontend pages that are responsive and backend applications that are fast, scalable, bug-free, testable, and secure on all projects.
I am a Full Stack Web Developer with a focus on modern software development, especially for the backend. I have ample expertise in the development of innovative business and financial applications. I am familiar with the full development lifecycle of products and a passion for big projects that require heavy involvement, a comprehensive understanding of the business domain and strong planning skills.
Hire Node.js Developers with UpStack
It’s no secret that Node.js is one of the most essential technologies for digital transformation and growth in the software industry today. According to various surveys, Node.js will continue to play a key role in digital transformation in the upcoming years, especially as we transition into AI, hybrid cloud, and other next-gen technology. There are many reasons why developers love Node. If you’re thinking about hiring a Node developer or bringing this technology into your organization, here are some ways that it can help you get things done faster and more efficiently...
Build High-Performance Apps and Services With Node.js
When building software, performance is key. In fact, the performance of the software will probably determine the success or failure of the business. Node.js is one of the most high-performance programming languages. When you build with Node, you can deliver content quickly and efficiently. You can take advantage of full-stack web application development and push content to the end user with ease. If you’re looking to build high-performance apps, Node.js can definitely deliver.
Write Code More Quickly
Another trick that Node.js can help you with is to write code more quickly. Typically, software development is broken down into a few stages. You might begin with creating a design for the functionality that you want to build. After that, you’ll usually move onto creating a prototype. A prototype is essentially a mock-up of the full program. Finally, you will implement the program. While this process can work for some organizations and projects, it isn’t the most efficient way to build software. This is especially true when you’re building something that will take a long time to develop. With Node.js, you can write code quickly and move onto the next stage of the development process.
Handle Heavy Traffic with Ease
One of the biggest benefits of Node.js is that it helps you to easily handle heavy traffic. If you’re building an application or software that will be used by millions of people, you want to know that it can handle heavy traffic. If you want to be sure that your application can handle millions of users, you can use Node.js. This is because Node.js is built to handle a large number of concurrent connections. When you use this technology, you can be sure that your application can handle heavy traffic with ease. This can be extremely helpful for many organizations when they first launch their software. It can help to reduce stress and anxiety at a critical time.
Try Out New Technologies Easily
Another benefit of Node.js is that it helps you to try out new technologies easily. When you’re building applications, you may have certain functions where you want to use new or emerging technologies. You may want to use a certain machine learning algorithm or a new graph database. When you use Node.js, you can easily test out these new technologies. When you build your application with Node.js, you use a single codebase. This means that you can seamlessly swap out one technology for another. You can easily test out new technologies and bring them into your production application with ease.
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Hiring Node.js Developers - FAQs
How much does it cost to hire a node.js developer?
UpStack has a simple billing model where each node.js developer has a standard hourly rate averaging between $65-$75 per hour. Rates are based on skills, knowledge, and experience, and our developers are available mainly for full-time engagement (40 hours per week) and the occasional part-time opportunity (20 hours per week).
What is the process to find a node.js developer?
You’ll connect with an UpStack Client Success Manager to determine your immediate needs. Our team uses a combination of AI and personal assessment to short-list candidates that match your job requirements. From there, you interview, select, and onboard the perfect developer, all within days of your initial call.
How does UpStack find its node.js developers?
UpStack’s talent recruitment team connects with software developers around the globe every day. Each node.js programmer is vetted for technical, communication, and other soft skills necessary for a developer to successfully work with your team. Once vetted, the candidates are accepted into the UpStack developer community.
How is UpStack different from an agency or recruiter?
UpStack's community of available, pre-vetted engineering talent means minimizing roadblocks to scaling your team effectively, efficiently, and immediately. Our Client Success Experts work with you and your UpStack developer to ensure a smooth and seamless engagement.
Can I hire UpStack node.js developers directly?
Yes, you can hire UpStack node.js developers at any time, and with the same assurance of smoothly on boarding talent risk-free. First, we’d create a job opening on our portal. Then, we’d vet, interview, and match developers that meet your needs. If you’re satisfied at the end of the 14-day trial period, at any time you can directly hire them.
What are the Basics of Node.js?
What is Node.js?
Features of Node.js
Asynchronous and event-oriented – APIs present in the Node.js library is asynchronous (i.e., Non-blocking). This basically means that a Node.js-based server will never be on a data recovery API. The server advances to the following API after the call, and the Node.js event notification mechanism helps the server to get a response from the former API call.
- High scalability: Node.js is highly scalable, as an event mechanism helps the server to react perfectly.
- Zero buffering: Node.js reduces the entire processing time when sending audio and video files. A node.js application never does data buffering.
- Open Source: Node.js has an open-source community that has created many great modules to add extra functionality to Node.js applications.
Local Environment Setup
If you want to set up your environment for Node.js, you will need two software programs on your computer: (a) a text editor and (b) Node.js binaries.
This will be used to write your codes. Examples of some editors include Windows Notepad, Edit Ed command, Letter, Epsilon, EMACS, and Vim. The name and version of the text editor can be different depending on the operating system. For example, you can use Notepad on Windows, and you can use vim or Vi on Windows and Linux or UNIX. The file created with the editor is known as a source file, which contains the source code of the program. The source files of Node.js programs are usually named with a ".js" extension. Prior to programming, ensure you have a text editor and you are experienced enough to write a computer program, save it, and run it when you are done.
Node.js Console - REPL
The module in the js node is a way of compiling the code in a distinct logical unit. There are a lot of readable modules on the market that can be used on js nodes.
- Express framework – This NodeJS web application framework is small and at the same time flexible, and it offers powerful functions for web and mobile apps.
- Socket.io – Socket.IO allows real-time communication based on events. This module is suitable for creating chat-based applications.
- MongoDB – MongoDB Node.js driver is the node.js driver with official support for MongoDB.
- Restify – Restify is a lightweight structure, same as the Express to create REST APIs.
- Bluebird - Bluebird is a full-fledged engagement library with attention on innovative functions and performance.
Streams allow you to easily read data from the source and write data. There are four types of streams in Node.js:
- Readable: This stream is used for reading.
- Writable: Unlike the readable, this is useful for write operations.
- Duplex: This is multifunctional as it is used for reading and writes operations.
- Transform: This is also a duplex stream where the output computation is based on the input.
Typically, there are four types of errors in the Node.js applications:
- System errors
- User-specified errors
- Assertion errors
Callback is an asynchronous equivalent for a function. A callback function is called at the completion of a given task. Node makes heavy use of callbacks. All the APIs of Node are written in such a way that they support callbacks.
Node.js will enable you to easily create and edit custom events with the event module. The EventEmitter class event module is one that you can use to create and handle custom events. Part of the Event module is the EventEmitter, and it’s usable for raising and handling a custom event.
General EventsEmitters patterns
There are two general patterns that can be used to motivate and connect an event using the EventEmitter class in Node.js.
- Return EventEmitter from a function
- Extend the EventEmitter class
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What Skills Does A Quality Node.js Programmer Have?
There are many skills to consider when hiring a senior node.js programmer, below is a partial list of things you should look for while considering our nodeJS developers.
Understanding databases. Understanding databases such as mysql, mongodb, oracle, and couchDB is key to moving forward with an experienced node.js developer. Node.js developers can use any database, but they should have extensive knowledge of at least one.
Great communication skills. The ideal node.js developer needs to work with multiple departments and be able to explain in simple terms what they are doing in regards to code building.