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An opinionated guide on how to become a professional Web/Mobile App Developer.
🔹 Developer Handbook 2023 🔹 was created to cover the most common technical questions and requirements appearing prior to job interviews, during onboarding or personal goals / career planning at our company - Apptension. We also like to call it a Technical Documentation of our company.
It contains a lot of subjective technical groups, opinionated technologies, vetted requirements and best practices we gathered for Web & Mobile Developers that we believe to be useful in 2023.
Also, check out our SaaS Boilerplate, which is an example of our experience and a real-life application of many of the technologies and designs described in the Handbook.
Enjoy reading! 🙇
Apptension Technical Stack covers all viable concepts we follow at our company in order to develop production-ready code.
This section describes all technical topics (career development goals, good habits, technologies, libraries, frameworks) divided into career levels that you can use to validate your technical skills and technical decisions taken in the projects you do.
This section describes technical prerequisites for Junior, Regular and Senior Developers who will join or recently joined our company. This is a checklist of concepts we will help you learn during your first two weeks with us.
No, hiring a person is very subjective and will take in count things other than the technical knowledge. This is the guide of what we consider a Regular developer will face during their career path in the company. This is valid for any seniority level.
We consider “Onboarding" the 2 weeks time where a developer will start working in our company. The list under this category is a guide of what skills you should learn/show during these first 2 weeks.
We know developers are very skilled when it comes to learning, and we’re sure a Senior frontend dev will catch up with our stack if he knows what to do. This is exactly what this guide is for :)
A Regular developer should know almost everything (if not everything) from the Junior category and present the skills to learn what’s in the Regular category. In other words, we see that to move from Junior to Regular a developer needs to present a good amount of skills from both. And of course, with soft skills that are analysed case by case.
Apply on our webpage - https://apptension.com/jobs - and good luck!
Yes, contribution is accepted in adding new content for the guide and questioning/correcting mistakes. Since this is a list of tech we use, the introduction of new items should come from the Apptension team. But feel free to fork and use it as your own learning guide!
We are very open to contributions to extend or change the requirements based on your gut and experience. To contribute you can use a pull request which will be later validated by our technical team and added to the main docs.
If you will spot any issues please add them in the Issues section.
This page is maintained by the 🇵🇱 Apptension team.
You can see more of our work here: 🟢 Apptension portfolio.
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