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Job responsibilities

  • Create interactive and dynamic data visualizations, scatter plots, and other statistical graphics
  • Bind data to page elements for building data-driven applications
  • Convert complicated data into accessible dynamic visualizations on web browsers
  • Work with existing technologies and manage document object model
  • Perform complex data management tasks
  • Collaborate cross-functionally to develop quality solutions

Minimum requirements

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or IT (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 3+ years of experience as a D3.js developer (rare exceptions for highly skilled developers)
  • Extensive knowledge of D3.js library and related JavaScript technologies
  • In-depth understanding of JSON and XML
  • Strong data analysis and data visualization skills
  • Experience with web markup, including HTML and CSS
  • Expertise in automated testing and version control systems such as Git
  • Ability to stick to strict deadlines and project management best practices
  • Fluent in English to communicate effectively
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) with a 4 hour overlap with US time zones

Preferred skills

  • Working knowledge of JavaScript tools such as Gulp, webpack, yarn, etc.
  • Strong attention to customer requirements and project details
  • Experience working with APIs and third-party libraries
  • Knowledge of object-oriented programming
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills

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How to become a D3.js developer?

We live in the information age, where companies like Facebook, Google, Airbnb, Amazon, and Uber are breaking new ground. They are passionately reshaping the global business landscape. None of this would be possible without the efforts of programmers, particularly frontend JavaScript developers. D3.js is a JavaScript library for data-driven document manipulation. Developers can bring their data to life by writing code that executes it step by step. D3 can fix random data to a Document Object Model or DOM by using HTML, SVG, and CSS.

The market demand for programmers is enormous these days, and new jobs for D3.js developers emerge on a daily basis. It's no surprise, a prospective programmer has numerous options. It is difficult to choose one language and devote the necessary time to mastering it. Many software developers consider JavaScript as their favorite weapon while a few master the D3.js framework.

What is the scope of D3.js development?

During this time, the JavaScript ecosystem has evolved dramatically in terms of libraries, best practices, and even language features. Nonetheless, D3 is still present. It's also more popular than ever.

D3.js is a JavaScript library that is arguably the most influential tool for developing interactive data visualizations. Learning D3 is ideal for those who want to learn web development as well as some JavaScript programming.

Mike Bostock and Jeff Heer, both of whom previously worked at Stanford Visualization Group, released the first official version of D3.js in 2011. D3.js was the first web-standards-based library, opening up new possibilities for data visualization on the web.

D3.js was widely adopted by the academy, researchers, and visualization communities due to its embrace of web standards. D3.js is widely used and powers many influential websites, including the New York Times, National Geographic, and John Hopkins University's Covid-19 tracker.

What are the roles and responsibilities of a D3.js developer?

To be a good D3.js developer, you must understand web markup and be a JavaScript specialist. Finally, a skilled D3.js developer must be able to work in a fast-paced environment while fulfilling complex design requirements.

The responsibilities are, but are not limited to:

Create interactive graphs with D3. js framework and Angular.js declarative templates based on D3. js graphs
Finding and integrating bespoke components within a framework of choice, as well as creating one from scratch as necessary.
Design, build and deploy data visualization capabilities for usage with machine data across applications and infrastructure.
Use interactive, informative, and appealing charts and graphs to help users better comprehend and share analytical results.
Find, evaluate, and resolve bugs/performance issues in the software whenever and wherever they occur.
Web application troubleshooting
Using debugging software like Chrome Developer Tools
Work successfully with members of other remote software development teams to build and ship high-quality software.
Defining the client's API requirements.
In a web UI, message-bus architectures and queue implementations are used. (stomp, http2, WebSockets, wamp, server-sent events)

How to become a D3.js developer?

You'll need the patience to learn D3.js. To become productive with it you will need knowledge of a variety of techniques. So, on your way to amazing Data Viz, start with simple steps and stick with them long enough to gain benefits.

To become a D3.js developer, begin by visiting Mike Bostock's (the inventor of D3.js) website and reading through his many introductory blogs. You may also browse through some code on the official website D3.js - Data-Driven Documents to get a sense of the philosophy behind this toolkit. You will improve as you code more examples.

You'll be given algorithmic issues to solve during your interviews if you're applying for a job as a JavaScript developer. Some firms may choose to submit online tests or project repositories, or they may request that particular live code tests be done within the company.

So, once you've grasped the fundamentals, we strongly suggest you try your hand at some algorithmic puzzles to see how well you understand them. You should also test your code by making some changes or using a different input sample.

As you experiment with your code, keep an eye on how the output changes. As they say, practice makes you perfect, hence learn important skills to get a D3.js developer job.

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Skills required to become a D3.js developer

A D3 developer must possess a breadth of Javascript knowledge and skills. They must be able to perform data analysis and visualization, as well as program in the JavaScript programming language. Other technologies such as XML and JSON should also be familiar to them.

1. Javascript

The language itself is the most significant component of learning JavaScript development. You don't need to be a master to utilize it, but you do need a basic understanding of the paradigm and control flow.

Many people may find it challenging to learn JavaScript. It's not without its quirks and difficulties, but once you get into it, it becomes second nature, and you'll find it easier and more exciting.

The truth is that JavaScript is both a dynamic and a prototype-based language, which may appear strange to someone who is used to working with static objects. However, there are some better ways to learn from an expert or experienced developer.

2. jQuery

The next JavaScript library you should learn is jQuery. It's designed to make HTML DOM tree navigation and manipulation, as well as CSS, animation, and Ajax, easier. There is also open-source and free software available. More than 73 percent of the world's 10 million websites now use jQuery.

3. HTML

Hello World was most likely the first web page most of us created as kids. It's astonishing that HTML is still relevant. The current condition of the internet is due to HTML, which is at the heart of web development. You can use the technology to create unique (and advanced) website features and functions.

Knowing HTML also helps you create better CMS modules and offers you a leg up on the competition when it comes to adopting SEO methods on the back end. HTML5 is the most recent version, and you should start learning it right now if you're not already.

4. CSS

If you want to work as a remote D3.js developer, you'll need this skill. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. Cascading Style Sheets, or CSS, decides how an HTML page will appear on the internet. CSS uses layouts, fonts, colors, styles, and other elements to visualize a static webpage.

CSS has recently become more relevant due to the wide range of screen sizes available nowadays. CSS allows web pages to be fluid and responsive regardless of the screen size.

5. JS library

The majority of concepts that make it to the development stage have a short time to market. Project managers are eager to produce projects in a short amount of time due to competitiveness and trend needs.

To construct websites and projects, a developer can't merely work on lines of code. As a result, JavaScript libraries are unavoidable. Because it was created to save development time and expenses, knowing at least one JavaScript library will spare you from the worst Wednesdays and Fridays of your career. As a result, if you want to work as a D3.js developer, you need to learn it.

6. Web servers

To get a D3.js developer job, it is crucial to understand the basics involved in development. A web server is a computer that manages the hosting of websites. It's a computer application that requisitions web pages and distributes them as per need. Its primary purpose is to store, process, and distribute web pages to users. The Hypertext Transfer Protocol is used for this intercommunication (HTTP).

7. D3.js

Finally, when you already have gained enough knowledge of the skills like Javascript, HTML/CSS, now it is time you start mastering your D3.js framework skills. D3 (or D3.js) is a JavaScript toolkit for using web standards to visualize data. Using SVG, Canvas, and HTML, D3 allows you to bring data to life. D3 combines advanced visualization and interaction techniques with a data-driven approach to DOM manipulation. It gives you access to all of the features of modern browsers as well as the freedom to create the perfect visual interface for your data.

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How to get D3.js developer jobs?

Web development is one of the most adaptable professions since it allows you to work from anywhere with an Internet connection and a laptop. If your company allows it, you can work from home or at your favorite workstation! Working as a remote D3.js developer could help you achieve that goal.

Working from home demands being appealing enough to attract employers regardless of time or geography. Stick to a productive work pattern and stay on top of your technical talents to land a profitable remote D3.js developer job.

Why become a D3.js developer at Turing?

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Once you join Turing, you’ll never have to apply for another job.
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Turing's commitments are long-term and full-time. As one project draws to a close, our team gets to work identifying the next one for you in a matter of weeks.

Work from the comfort of your home
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Turing allows you to work according to your convenience. We have flexible working hours and you can work for top US firms from the comfort of your home.

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Working with top US corporations, Turing developers make more than the standard market pay in most nations.

How much does Turing pay their D3.js developers?

D3.js developers at Turing have the flexibility of working at their own pace. Turing will present a wage that we believe will provide you with a stable and long-term opportunity to improve your D3.js developer career. Our suggestions are based on an in-depth analysis of current market dynamics as well as consumer demand.

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