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Job responsibilities

  • Analyze new requirements and provide impact analysis
  • Write clean, well-designed, reusable code and efficient unit tests
  • Review and maintain code to ensure high performance
  • Follow SOLID principles while building applications
  • Troubleshoot, test, and upgrade software and databases
  • Integrate new and existing apps with third-party web-based systems
  • Work with cross-functional teams to ensure timely delivery of software solutions

Minimum requirements

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 3+ years of experience working with the LAMP tech stack: Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP/Perl/Python (rare exceptions for highly skilled developers)
  • Proven experience in database administration with MySQL
  • Experience working with web APIs (REST, SOAP, or XML)
  • Strong knowledge of accessibility standards, web standards, and browser compatibility
  • Fluency in English for effective communication
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week) with a 4 hour overlap with US time zones

Preferred skills

  • Proficient with MVC architectural pattern
  • Knowledge of object-oriented scripting and DBMS concepts
  • Working knowledge of Perl and Python programming languages
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

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How to become a LAMP developer?

LAMP is an open-source Web development platform that includes the operating system Linux, the Web server Apache, the relational database management system MySQL, and the object-oriented scripting languages PHP/Perl/Python. Because the platform has four layers, LAMP is sometimes referred to as a LAMP stack. Stacks can be built on a variety of operating systems.

LAMP is an acronym that stands for a web service stack. The LAMP components are mostly interchangeable and not restricted to the original selection. LAMP is appropriate for developing dynamic web sites and web applications. Since its inception, the LAMP model has been adapted to include a new component, which is typically composed of free and open-source software.

Several companies are looking to create websites, software, and data analysis tools. In recent years, there has been an increase in the demand for remote LAMP developers. Here's how to get started as a remote LAMP developer.

What is the scope of LAMP development?

As technology has become more complex in recent years, many industries have welcomed data science innovations and implementations into their infrastructures, making devices smarter with information.
These technological advancements have only been made possible by the advancement of data science technology and hypotheses, for which LAMP programming has emerged as one of the most popular languages in recent years. With the ongoing debate over the future of data science, more job opportunities are being created on a daily basis, allowing LAMP developers to advance their careers to a new and more challenging level.

What are the roles and responsibilities of a LAMP developer?

The responsibilities of a Lamp Developer vary depending on the type of organisation for which the candidate works and the technical status of the website. A Lamp Stack developer's responsibilities include the following:

  • Attending conferences to identify client needs and interacting with them on a regular basis
  • To create comprehensive website statements
  • Creating sample page layouts with text size and colours
  • To create graphics, animations, and manage digital photographs
  • Registering web domain names and arranging for the website's host
  • Introducing new ideas to clients
  • Coding using a variety of software
  • To collaborate with various content management systems
  • Making the best use of search engines
  • Comply with applicable legal requirements, such as accessibility, freedom of information, and privacy
  • Designing the visual imagery for the website and ensuring that it adheres to the company's branding policy or the client's requirements
  • To carefully read the content and make any necessary changes
  • Editing content, debugging code, and re-creating web pages are all part of the job
  • To collaborate with other web specialists, such as web developers and graphic designers;
  • Checking to see if the website is operational;
  • To provide clients with a fully functional website;
  • To provide technical support to clients following the sale of websites;
  • Provide training to the client's staff;
  • To look for new and current designs that are trending;
  • To continue with new professional developments in order to keep up with new software developments.

How to become a LAMP developer?

Let us now proceed to the path that must be taken in order to pursue a career in the LAMP developer Development field. To begin, keep in mind that no formal educational requirements exist for becoming a LAMP developer. Whether you're a graduate or a non-graduate, experienced or inexperienced, you can master LAMP developer development and make a career out of it. All you need is hands-on experience and a strong command of relevant technical and non-technical skills.

However, you may have heard that in order to be considered for remote LAMP developer jobs, you must have a bachelor's or master's degree in computer science or a related discipline. This is true for a number of reasons. For starters, having a relevant academic background allows you to better understand computer programming and web development, which will greatly assist you in learning LAMP developer development. Second, when hiring LAMP developers, many firms require candidates to have a specific degree, making it easier for you to find rewarding work opportunities.

Let's take a look at the skills and methods you'll need to master to become a successful LAMP developer:

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Skills required to become a LAMP developer

The first step is to start learning the fundamental skills that can get you high-paying LAMP developer developers jobs. Let’s take a look at what you need to know!

1. Linux

Linux was founded in 1991. It lays the groundwork for the stack model. This layer is the foundation for all subsequent layers.
It is a free and open-source operating system. It is still used because it is flexible, and other operating systems are more difficult to configure.

2. Apache

The second layer is made up of web server software, most commonly Apache Web Server. This layer sits atop the Linux layer.

The Apache HTTP Server is a free web server software package distributed under an open-source licence. When it was first released in 1995, it was known as Apache Web Server.
It provides a secure and extensible Web server that adheres to current HTTP standards. Web servers are in charge of directing web browsers to the correct website.

3. MySQL

MySQL is a relational database management system (RDBMS) that is used to store application data. It is open-source and stores all data in a format that can be easily queried using the SQL language.

SQL works well with well-structured business domains and is a powerful workhorse capable of handling even the most extensive and complex websites.
MySQL stores information that can be queried by scripting to build a website. MySQL, along with Apache, is typically installed on top of the Linux layer. MySQL can be offloaded to a separate host server in high-end configurations.

4. PHP

The scripting layer is made up of PHP and other web programming languages.
To create dynamic web pages, the PHP open-source scripting language collaborates with Apache. We can't use HTML to do dynamic things like pull data from a database.
We insert PHP code into the parts of a page that you want to be dynamic to provide this type of functionality. This layer hosts websites and web applications.
PHP is intended to be efficient. It simplifies programming by allowing you to write new code, hit refresh, and immediately see the resulting changes without having to compile.

5. Frameworks and libraries

Frameworks are prewritten code modules that are used to create common website elements such as login and search interfaces. These frameworks simplify the handling of specific routines and make website development easier. AngularJS, Ember JS, and React JS are popular JavaScript frameworks.
Libraries, which are a collection of plugins and extensions, are useful for providing additional resources that can be added to a website. A countdown timer on a retail website is a good example. jQuery is a popular open-source JavaScript library with numerous customization options.

6. Cross-Browser development

Because different browsers take their own approach to displaying web pages, it can be difficult to get them all to display a site consistently. Cross-browser development is critical because it will help you master the challenge of working with various browser inconsistencies.

7. Content management systems

A Content Management System (CMS) is used to build the majority of the world's websites (CMS). WordPress is the most widely used CMS, powering more than 60% of all websites that use a CMS. Joomla, Drupal, and Magento are also popular CMSs. As a result, familiarity with any of these platforms can provide you with a marketable skill and make you more appealing to companies that require their systems to be maintained or updated. It will give you an advantage over other candidates as an aspiring LAMP developer. Your potential employers may consider hiring you if they require someone who is well-versed in one of these systems (which very few people are!).

8. Testing/Debugging

Testing and debugging are crucial abilities for any developer, but they're especially important for remote LAMP software development jobs. The technique of testing individual blocks of source code is known as unit testing, and unit testing frameworks provide precise methods and structures for doing so. Debugging entails taking into account all of the inconsistencies (bugs), donning your detective hat to figure out why and how they're occurring, and then dealing with them appropriately.

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How to get remote LAMP developer jobs?

Athletes and developers have a lot in common. They must practise efficiently and consistently in order to excel at their craft. They must also work hard enough so that their abilities improve with time. In this regard, there are two important things that developers must focus on in order for that growth to occur: the assistance of someone who is more experienced and successful in practise techniques when you're practising, and the use of practise techniques that are more effective. It's critical for you to know how much to practise as a developer, so make sure you have someone to assist you and keep an eye out for signs of burnout!

Turing has the greatest remote LAMP developer development jobs that fit your LAMP developer developer career goals. Working on difficult technological and business problems with cutting-edge technologies will help you grow quickly. Get full-time, long-term remote LAMP development developer employment with greater income and career progress by joining a network of the world's greatest developers.

Why become a LAMP developer at Turing?

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Join a worldwide community of elite software developers.

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
Work from the comfort of your home

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.

Great compensation
Great compensation

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

How much does Turing pay their LAMP developers?

Every LAMP developer at Turing has the ability to determine their own rate. Turing, on the other hand, will recommend a wage at which we are confident we can offer you a rewarding and long-term opportunity. Our suggestions are based on our analysis of market conditions and the demand we perceive from our clients.

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