It is their job to oversee a product or product line(s) from conception and design through to release, referred to as the software product life cycle. This often involves collaborating with a wide range of business units: design and engineering, manufacturing, supply chain and logistics, marketing, sales, and more. The primary responsibility of PHP Developers is to work with clients to determine project requirements, and then build a solution. They are therefore involved in all aspects of the project development lifecycle, from inception to execution.It is also their job to: Updating and optimising existing websites and applications Testing code for bugs Developing best practice testing procedures Deploying code

What skills and qualifications should a PHP Developer have?

While a tertiary education in computer science, software development or mathematics is recommended, it is not required. Instead, a candidate should be able to demonstrate: Strong knowledge of PHP frameworks Basic understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Familiarity with the limitations of PHP and solutions Experience with databases, SQL/NoSQL Experience with code versioning tools like Git Soft skills should include: Problem solving Critical thinking Creativity Teamwork Communication Project management
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