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    Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

    by tyrion7490 ·

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    I want to create a software which is helpful for my readers in computer niche. But I don’t know exactly what languages should I learn and what type of team should I recruit.

    If any one who has experience in saas industry, kindly share your knowledge by explaining pros and cons and the key areas that I should focus on.

    Thanks in advance!

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      Reply To: Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      The size of the team and their compentencies depend on the size of the project and the kind of software you want to build and offer. For example, you might need a marketeer to sell it, and a fiscal expert if it the site is about taxes.

      What language(s) you need to learn also depends on your role in the team as manager and owner. It’s quite imaginable you hire the designers or programmers or testers, and concentrate on the business yourself.

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      frontend languages like JavaScript and frameworks like React.js

      by SZ.saherzahid ·

      In reply to Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      Sure! Start by learning frontend languages like JavaScript and frameworks like React.js. For the backend, consider Python or Node.js. Assemble a team including developers, designers, a product manager, QA tester, and marketing/sales. Pros of SaaS: recurring revenue, scalability. Cons: competition, customer acquisition cost. Key areas: market research, user experience, customer support, continuous improvement. Good luck!

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      Re: Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      by MilesWeb679 ·

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      SaaS (Software As a Service) is the cloud based service that is booming exponentially. With this service, achieving scalability parameters is not a challenge for the user. Many service providers are expanding their presence in this industry. Below we have shared the Pros and Cons of the SaaS in the computer niche.

      Pros of SaaS for your readers:
      • Accessibility: With this, readers can access it from any device with an internet connection. No need for downloads or installations.
      • Scalability: SaaS can easily grow with your reader base. You can add features and functionality without complex upgrades on their end.
      • Updates: You can deliver updates and bug fixes automatically, ensuring your readers always have the latest version.
      • Subscription Model: SaaS allows for recurring revenue through subscriptions, providing a stable income stream.

      Cons of SaaS to consider
      • Competition: The SaaS market is crowded. You’ll need a unique value proposition to stand out.
      • Development Cost: Developing and maintaining a high-quality SaaS product requires a skilled team and ongoing investment.
      • Customer Support: SaaS requires excellent customer support to ensure user satisfaction and retention.

      Now, if you want to make the career in this, you need to learn front-end and back-end website programming languages. Front End language is JavaScript, CSS, HTML and others. Backend is the Python or PHP that may help you out.

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      Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      by cassharper030 ·

      In reply to Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      Popular options include Python for readability, Java for large applications, or Node.js for real-time features. On the user-facing side, stick to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for the basics. Consider frameworks like React or Angular for complex interfaces. As for your team, full-stack developers are handy, but specialists might be better for larger projects.
      Don’t forget a DevOps engineer to automate things and keep your software running smoothly. Focus on building a strong core function that solves a problem for your users. Security is also crucial, so choose technologies with built-in safeguards. Plan for future growth by using tools that can scale with your user base.

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      Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      by remotedevelopers.network ·

      In reply to Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      Saas is one of the cloud computing categories. To learn more about Cloud-Computing you should learn JavaScript and SQL. Both of these are for general purposes. Python is also easy to learn and good for Saas.

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      Reply To: Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      by ana.deyna8 ·

      In reply to Which languages should I learn for my saas in computer niche?

      When considering which programming languages to learn for developing a SaaS application in the computer niche, it’s important to focus on a few key languages that are widely used and offer robust support for web development and scalability. Here are some recommendations:

      JavaScript (and its frameworks like Node.js, React, or Angular) – Essential for both front-end and back-end development. JavaScript is versatile and has a vast ecosystem.

      Python – Known for its readability and simplicity, Python is great for back-end development, data analysis, and machine learning.

      Java – Offers stability and scalability, which is crucial for larger SaaS applications. It’s also widely used in enterprise environments.

      Ruby on Rails – A framework that allows for rapid development and is particularly well-suited for startups.

      For building your team, you should consider hiring:

      Full-Stack Developers who are proficient in both front-end and back-end development.
      UX/UI Designers to ensure your software is user-friendly.
      DevOps Engineers to manage your infrastructure and deployment processes.
      For more insights on top SaaS startups and trends in the industry, you might find this article helpful: https://brights.io/blog/top-saas-startups. It offers a look into successful SaaS companies and could provide valuable inspiration and guidance.

      Feel free to share any specific requirements or ideas you have, as that could help in giving more tailored advice. Good luck with your project!

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