2018-03-07 13:44:27 Running a Business English Learn what a full stack developer is and see what makes them different from plain vanilla developers. Learn why it might be smarter to hire... https://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/ca_qrc/uploads/2018/03/Full-Stack-Developers-Working-On-Project-For-Small-Business.jpg https://quickbooks.intuit.com/ca/resources/business/full-stack-developers-small-businesses/ Small Business Term: Full Stack Developer

Small Business Term: Full Stack Developer

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They say two heads are always better than one, so if you’ve got a hot software or app idea that you can’t wait to get to market, there are a host of great reasons to hire a full stack developer. Even if you have some programming skills yourself, having a dedicated and experienced full stack developer on board ensures the work on your software or app project continues should you have to turn your attention other matters. So what exactly is a full stack developer?

A full stack developer is a programmer who’s proficient in all layers of software development, from the user interface to the back-end database and everything in between. Full-stack developers are highly skilled and experienced professionals, so hiring someone with these qualifications could mean your software or app project getting done faster.

A full stack developer can also help you:

  • Pinpoint the best programming language for your software or app
  • Design a flexible web-based and mobile user interface
  • Build the database — which you need to store stuff like customer information
  • Ensure cloud connectivity so you don’t need a physical server on your business premises

The best thing about hiring a full stack developer is they can lead your team if you need them to. Their knowledge base makes it possible to train your team and you so that everyone gets the most out of the development experience. To hire a full stack developer well suited to your project, make sure to interview several developers and explain your project as clearly as possible.

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