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Top Android Programmers with Upstack
Cosmin is an expert Fullstack Developer with 15+ years of technical experience working on architectural designs and implementing various applications and complex platforms using modern web technologies, tools, libraries and frameworks. He has team lead experience - working closely with devs and clients to meet deadlines and produce high-quality functional applications on projects.
Ervin is a highly skilled Senior Frontend Engineer with more than a decade's worth of experience in the iteration of web applications/SPA for large-scale business applications (B2B/B2C), responsive web applications, financial information systems, and municipality information systems. He is an expert in web application development processes; ensuring maximum security, accessibility, and customer experience.
Technical Leader / Senior Developer, always interested in the latest trends and research efforts in computer science, biomedical engineering & security research, with over 9 years of experience in both designing and programming across a variety of platforms. I'm a perfectionist with a strong passion for neuroscience, biomedical engineering, clean code, great software, space exploration, and astronomy. I like to break things, find new ways to break things, solve problems, put things under test and stress, and have my mind blown by an interesting question.
Seasoned Full-Stack Developer with 8+ years of experience developing a broad range of web and mobile technologies using various technologies such as React Native, React, Java, Python and more. I thrive when challenged, enjoy supporting creative organizations develop innovative products and do my utmost to keep up with new and emerging technologies in order to adapt to any team's/client's preference. I have hands-on experience supporting the full project life cycle of projects, from inception through completion, while providing an outstanding service.
Vladimir is a professional PHP web developer with 12+ years of hands-on expertise; curating innovative full-stack and system architecture solutions for complex business problems, automating business processes, and implementing a continuous development process on projects for clients. He has technical proficiency as a team player and team lead in a wide range of languages, platforms and frameworks.
I am an expert IT professional with technical mastery in the development and delivery of top-notch solutions using Node.js for different mobile application backends and APIs. I provide direction for the execution of accelerated production times on solutions using cost-effective processes on projects. I am a team leader, a good communicator and deliver highly complex large-scale solutions on projects for clients.
Hire Android Developers with Upstack
There are a number of considerations when hiring an Android developer. These professionals need to have a solid knowledge of Android OS, Java programming language, and XML. They will also be given several challenges as they code, test, and debug apps. Here is how you can hire the best possible Android developers...
Assessing soft skills in an Android Developer
- Assessing a candidate’s soft skills will tell you how well they will fit into your team and organization. It will also help you determine if the individual is a good fit for the job.
- Communication skills - Great communication are essential. This will allow your team to collaborate easily with one another. It will also help the candidates to interact with their team members and get the help they need. This can be assessed by having a phone or video discussion with the candidate.
- Analytical skills - Analytical skills are essential for developers since coding is a process that requires problem solving. You can assess this by asking them to solve a coding challenge or by providing a problem statement.
- Motivation and drive - A candidate should be motivated and driven to succeed, as well as have a good work ethic. You can assess this by asking the candidate how they plan to succeed.
- Problem-solving skills - These are essential in any type of job, especially in the tech sector. You can assess this by providing a problem statement and asking the candidate how they would solve it.
Assessing technical skills in an Android Programmer
Technical skills are what the engineer is expected to have to do the job. They are not something that can be taught, but something that the programmer must have. Hiring an Android developer without the correct technical skills will be a waste of time and money since you will need to keep looking for candidates.
- Android operating system - An Android developer must have a good understanding of the Android operating system. This is one of the essential skills that a candidate must have.
- Java programming language - This is one of the programming languages that you can use to code Android apps. It is essential that a developer understands this language since it will allow them to code Android apps. Flutter is also an important programming language devs should understand.
- XML - This is another essential skill that a developer must have. This coding language allows developers to create apps with ease.
Hire only after assessing both – soft skills and technical skills.
After you have assessed both the soft skills and technical skills of a candidate, you can hire the one that is best suited for the job. You must also take into account the salary range for the positions as well as the cost of living in the area where you will hire from.
- Interview - Once you have shortlisted the candidates with an UpStack support person, conduct interviews to select the best one. Make sure that you give the candidates challenging tasks that are related to their job.
- Test - After you have selected the best candidate, you can test their technical skills by giving them coding challenges. This will give you an idea of how well they will perform in the job.
Developer testing during hiring process
Once you have shortlisted candidates, you can test them to see how well they perform in the job. This will help you select the best android programmer for the job.
- Mock-ups - Ask one of your team members to create mock-ups of apps that the candidate will build. You can also create them yourself if you know how to code. This will give the developer a sample of what the job is like.
- Pre-work - Give the android developer pre-work before the actual project so that they can see what the job is like. You can also use this as an evaluation tool to see how well they perform in the job. This can also be used if you want to hire remotely.
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Our 8-point assessment evaluation ensures that every senior Android developer you interview exceeds expectations across technical, cultural, and language criteria.
Hire reliable, passionate Android developers.
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Risk-free 14-day trial.
Confidently onboard candidates with our no-questions-asked trial period. We’ll walk you through the contract-to-hire process if and when you’re ready to make it permanent with your new Android engineer.
Our Client Success Experts provide white-glove service.
Stay laser-focused on your business goals while our team of experts curates potential candidates and manages seamless programmer onboarding.
Build your optimal team confidently, quickly.
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Hiring Android Developers | FAQs
How much does it cost to hire a Android developer?
UpStack has a simple billing model where each Android 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 Android 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 Android developers?
UpStack’s talent recruitment team connects with software developers around the globe every day. Each Android 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 Android developers directly?
Yes, you can hire UpStack Android 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.
How much does it cost to hire an Android Developer with UpStack?
Are you thinking of hiring an Android engineer? If so, you’ll probably be wondering how much it will cost. Luckily, we have the answers! The average cost to hire an Android developer comes with a variety of different variables. Depending on the type of company and project, the cost can range from $50/hr to $100/hr. However, there are some general guidelines that we will outline.
How much does it cost to hire an Android programmer?
The cost to hire an Android programmer entirely depends on a few different factors. You’ll need to consider the experience level of the developer, the current demand for their skills, how many hours per week they’ll need to work on your project, and finally, where they’re located. Let’s explore each of these variables in more detail. Depending on the experience level of the developer, the cost can vary drastically. When hiring an Android developer, you’ll want to make sure they have at least 3+ years of experience. This will ensure they have the necessary skills to build your app and have the ability to learn anything they don’t know. You’ll also want to take into account the demand for their skills. If they specialize in a highly sought-after skill, such as AR/VR or Machine Learning, then the cost will be higher than an Android developer who specializes in a more common skill.
Factors that influence the cost of hiring an Android developer
The cost of hiring an Android developer can vary greatly based on a few different factors. Let’s take a look at a few of these variables in more detail. Location - Location is one of the most important variables to consider when hiring an Android developer. The reason for this is because of the cost of living in different parts of the world. This will vary greatly, depending on where your Android programmer is located. Company Size - The size of the company you hire to build your app will also play a role in the cost. Smaller companies, such as freelancers, will cost less than larger companies, such as contracting firms. However, smaller companies may have a shorter track record and have less experience building apps than a larger company. Experience Level - The experience level of the Android developer you hire will also greatly influence the cost. It’s important to make sure they have at least 3+ years of experience and have a proven track record with apps.
The average cost to hire an Android developer for 2 month project
Now let’s talk about the average cost to hire an Android developer for a 2 month project. We know that there are a few different variables that play into the cost of hiring an Android developer. It’s important to take all of these variables into consideration when putting a price tag on your project. Let’s go over the variables one more time: Location - The cost of hiring an Android developer in the United States is $70-$110/hr. For western Europe, it’s $50-$90/hr. And for Asia, it’s $30-$50/hr. Company Size - For smaller companies, you’ll be looking at a price tag of around $8,000 for 2 months of service. Larger companies will cost anywhere from $15,000-$70,000 for the same project. Experience Level - For an Android developer with 3+ years of experience, you can expect to pay anywhere from $30,000-$80,000 for the project.
Other things to know before you hire an Android programmer
Contract - Before you hire an Android developer, make sure you have a solid contract in place, UpStack will make sure this is the case. This will ensure that both you and the developer are on the same page and expectations are set. Hours - Make sure you communicate with the developer and keep track of their hours, again UpStack has you covered here. This will help you avoid any expenses that arise from overworked developers. Feedback - Ask for feedback at the end of the project. This will help you improve your hiring process for your next Android project. Budget - Make sure you have a solid budget in place before you start hiring Android developers. This will help you avoid any overspending.