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As a web developer, you’ll be responsible for coding and programming the website’s front-end (client-side) or back-end (server-side) functionality. Front-end developers primarily focus on building the user interface and client-side interactions using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Back-end developers work on server-side logic, database integration, and server management using programming languages like PHP, Python, or Ruby.
A full-stack developer is proficient in both front-end and back-end development. They can handle all aspects of website development, from designing the user interface to implementing server-side functionality. Full-stack developers are versatile and can work on all layers of a web application.
UX/UI designers are responsible for creating user-centric designs and interfaces that are visually appealing and intuitive to use. They collaborate with web developers to ensure the user experience is seamless and aligns with the client’s goals. UX/UI designers use tools like graphic design software, wireframing tools, and prototyping tools to create design concepts and user flows.
Project managers oversee the planning, coordination, and execution of web development projects. They are responsible for managing project timelines, budgets, resources, and ensuring that the project meets client expectations. Project managers coordinate the efforts of web developers, designers, and other team members to ensure successful project delivery.

QA engineers focus on testing the website or web application to identify and fix any bugs or issues. They perform thorough testing, including functional testing, usability testing, and compatibility testing across different browsers and devices. QA engineers work closely with developers to ensure the website is free from errors and meets quality standards.

Technical support specialists provide assistance and troubleshooting to clients or end-users. They help resolve technical issues, answer inquiries, and provide guidance on using the website or web application. Technical support specialists should have a strong understanding of web development concepts and excellent communication skills.
Sales and business development professionals focus on acquiring new clients, maintaining relationships with existing clients, and expanding the company’s client base. They identify business opportunities, negotiate contracts, and promote the company’s services to potential clients.
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