As a Back-End Engineer, you will undertake work on client issues in marketing, risk management, branding and customer relationship management. You will also work on overall strategies for forward-thinking clients across financial services, advanced analytics and client segments, and organizational issues.
- Database management:Back end developers often work with databases to store and retrieve data. They may create and manage databases, including setting up tables, creating fields and designing data models. They may also work with database management systems, including monitoring and maintaining databases.
- Communication:Back end developers communicate with many people throughout the software development process. They communicate with project managers, front end developers and other back end developers to discuss project details, share ideas and provide feedback. Effective communication is also important when working with clients to understand their needs and expectations.
- Project management:Back end developers often work with front end developers to create a website or application. Having strong project management skills can help them work with other developers to create a product that meets the client’s needs. They can also use project management skills to ensure the project is on track and that the team is meeting deadlines.
- Business acumen:Business acumen is the ability to understand the needs of a business and how technology can help them achieve their goals. This is an important skill for back end developers, as they need to understand the business needs of the company they work for and how to create technology that meets those needs.
- Creating and maintaining databases using SQL, NoSQL, or other database management systems
- Supporting the development team by providing guidance on best practices for coding, testing, and deploying code
- Developing reusable code components such as user interfaces, libraries, and other tools that can be used repeatedly in different projects
- Integrating new features into existing applications by writing new code or modifying existing code
- Testing code to ensure that it performs smoothly and reliably in different environments
- Reviewing requirements from clients or other stakeholders for features that need to be built into new applications
- Managing the project schedule and planning tasks for the development team
- Analyzing data to determine the best way to structure databases and identify potential issues with architecture designs