Python developer

Python developers are responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining software applications

Senior web developer

A senior web developer is a highly skilled computer coding professional with fluency in languages such as HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. In this career, your responsibilities include designing, developing, and debugging the backend of software programs for websites, applications, tools, and databases

Software engineer

Software engineers are computer science and engineering professionals who use engineering principles and programming languages to design, develop, test, and maintain software applications. Their work involves solving problems and creating innovative solutions through code

Web designer (UI/UX)

UX design involves managing the user journey as they interact with a product or service, while UI design focuses on the actual construction of that product or service's interface. UI design is usually considered part of the UX design process.

Web developer

A web developer's job is to create websites. While their primary role is to ensure the website is visually appealing and easy to navigate, many web developers are also responsible for the website's performance and capacity.


Business Analyst

A business analyst (BA) is a professional who uses data to analyze a business or organization, identify issues, and recommend solutions to improve efficiency, productivity, and profitability. BAs are often considered the link between a business's IT and other departments. They may also be called management analysts or business architects

IT director

IT directors manage technology resources and employees to ensure that IT operations run smoothly. They also aim to improve IT processes. IT directors are responsible for ensuring all parts of a company's IT infrastructure function effectively.

IT manager

An IT manager, also known as an IT department manager, computer and information systems manager, or IT director, is responsible for overseeing a business's computer-related tasks, problems, and solutions. They work closely with their teams to implement strategies and decisions set forth by senior management and the CTO. Their work helps keep the IT team and the larger organization moving forward.

Project Management

Project management is the process of leading a team to achieve a project's goals within constraints like time, budget, and scope. It involves planning, organizing, and managing a project to create deliverables that benefit an organization.

Java Developer

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Machine learning engineer

Machine learning engineers are programmers who design, build, and research software to automate predictive models. They use their knowledge of data modeling and evaluation to identify patterns and correlations that help them predict properties of unobserved instances.

Mobile application developer

These consultants analyze current technical systems and recommend changes to improve efficiency or streamline operations, and may modify off-the-shelf applications and customize them according to client or organization's specific needs.



DevOps engineers design, implement, and maintain tools and processes to help organizations streamline their software development process. Their main goal is to improve the quality, reliability, and user experience of software products by automating repetitive tasks and reducing manual intervention.



DevOps engineers' responsibilities can vary by organization, but typically include:


Release engineering

Infrastructure provisioning and management

System administration


DevOps advocacy

Monitoring and improving communication between development and operations


Launching product updates

Identifying and fixing production errors

Creating integrations to improve customer experience

Providing technical support


DevOps engineers work closely with developers, testers, and system administrators to ensure the software development life cycle is efficient, error-free, and runs smoothly. They should be familiar with technical and IT operations aspects, as well as automation tools for process automation and testing.


Some skills that DevOps engineers may need include:

Experience with configuration management tools like Chef, Puppet, or Ansible

Experience with container orchestrators like Docker Swarm or Kubernetes

Experience with configuring and deploying CI/CD tools

Knowledge of Git workflows and Ruby

Working knowledge of databases

Interpersonal and communication skills

DevOps engineers can work in many types of organizations, including software development companies, retailers, technology consultancies, telecommunications companies, broadcasters, utility companies, communications and entertainment organizations, and finance and law firms.