Job description: PHP developer
As more companies seek a more web-based model of doing business, web development jobs remain an area of
technology employment that is growing steadily.
The numbers of PHP developers, a specialized segment within web development, are increasing, too. The job’s
popularity in part can be traced to the uses of PHP language, which adapts easily to business purposes, pairing easily with certain types of databases and lending itself to templates, such as usernames, that nearly all companies use on their websites. PHP is the dominant language behind many data-driven websites.
Many PHP developers are self-employed or work on a contract basis with companies. Small businesses and startups in need of a quick website will often call on a PHP developer.
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