Articles associated with topic: technical roles

  • Tech Hiring Guide: System Administrator

    Return to Technical Hiring Guide System Administrator System administrators, often referred to as sysadmins, are in the operational side software. They help set up servers and hardware for the software to run o…
  • Tech Hiring Guide: DevOps Engineer

    Return to Technical Hiring Guide DevOps Engineer This is a newer role and represents the bridge between the worlds of building software and the operations required to support it. As more organizations move into…
  • Tech Hiring Guide: Database Administrator

    Return to Technical Hiring Guide Database Administrator (DBA) This role is all about data, and more specifically, databases. A DBA may be responsible for database and data schema design (which can be critical i…
  • Tech Hiring Guide: Web Developer

    Return to Technical Hiring Guide Web Developer Also sometimes called a User Interface (UI) developer or User Interface (UI) engineer in larger teams, the primary focus of this role is often the front-end part o…
  • Tech Hiring Guide: Software Engineer

    Return to Technical Hiring Guide Software Engineer This is the most common job title, and it can mean all sorts of things. Generally, these include: writing code, fixing bugs, writing tests for code, and partic…
  • Tech Hiring Guide: Middle-Tier Engineer

    Return to Technical Hiring Guide Middle-Tier Engineer Middle-tier engineer roles are less common (it is much more common to have back-end engineers that work in the middle tier), but can be found in larger comp…
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