Most clients tend to prioritize hard skills during recruitment, but Qubit Labs recruiters also look at soft skills of Node.js developers for hire to ensure that your new programmer will be an effective communicator and team worker.
To avoid staff turnover, we prepare an attractive social package and insurance for your dedicated employees and organizes entertaining events to keep them engaged and committed.
Agreements, audits, tax filings and other paperwork are covered by Qubit Labs as well. This will allow you to fully focus on the core of your business with a team of experienced Node.js developers.
Things happen, and if your new worker proves to be a poor match for the project, we handle his/her replacement free of charge. We continue the recruitment process until you are satisfied.
We handle projects starting from one developer. So, we can meet any staffing need of clients – from one coder to a whole team of Node.js developers for hire and even an ODC.
When hiring with Qubit Labs, clients always know what they pay for because of our transparent policy. We break down the price into the software engineer’s salary and our fee as a vendor so that you know which part of the payment goes to whom.
In Ukraine, you enjoy a perfect combination of a huge talent pool and affordable rates. Junior Node.js developers for hire usually charge $1,000-1,500, while the salary of senior Node.js developer in Ukraine starts from $3,500 per month.
Qubit Labs provides office in Kyiv equipped with all necessary facilities for your developers. Laptops, conference rooms and Internet connection are not things you have to bother about. We will take care of it for you.
We hire starting from one software engineer. If you wish to try our service out for a start, hire one person and see how it goes. If such a hiring model proves suitable for you, we can hire additional staff to the team.
Yes, we offer a discount for recruitment of 10+ coders. If you hire 20+ programmers with Qubit Labs, the discount increases.
We offer three options: independent team management by the client, recruitment of a Project Manager specifically for your team, and provision of part-time PM service by one of our in-house PMs.
4-6 weeks on average. Much depends on the vacancy’s complexity, rarity of the required tech stack, and the speed at which the clients interview candidates.
A good Node.js developer will know that the modern web in its current shape and capacity was built with Node.js in mind, so there’s a lot of functionality there to enjoy. It’s proven to be a reliable and fast solution for building e-commerce platforms as they are quite complex systems from the technical standpoint and require fast and stable technology to make the different parts work together.
Node.js is perfectly suited for apps using intense data streaming and specific hardware such as microphones, camera, etc. It’s the technology’s ability to process data while uploading/streaming in real-time, thanks to the non-blocking input/output capability.
Social media are wonderfully complex apps with high traffic and intense data flow that constantly change and require high performance and reliable frameworks. The way Node.js is a lightweight technology tool that allows to build Node.js applications with features acting as separate microservices and running in their own processes, taking the weight off the engine and speeding up performance.
These usually need to be highly scalable apps that use a lot of open connections and require quick and smooth updates in real-time. Top Node.js developers say it’s an excellent prototyping tool for single-page applications.
Yet another area in which the speed and high processing power is of utter importance is instant messaging. These Node.js applications are fast-upload systems that need to react and respond in real-time, so the input/output setup of Node.js comes in handy again and can smoothly handle the shower of requests coming in every moment.
OPS’s are switching Java to Node.js everywhere because it’s become clear it takes significantly less time and manpower to build things in Node.js. There’s less code, fewer files while loading and response times skyrocket.
Node community has a lot of open-source modules to offer js developers and they know well to take advantage. What’s important in the case with video streaming services, the data is not sent to the front-end in one big monolith but is divided into smaller pieces and travels small piece after small piece. This technology allows Node.js to process piles while uploading and that’s invaluable for a streaming app and kind of the whole point.
Web developers often turn to Node.js for creation of collaborative and interactive applications such as multiplayer video games because the technology allows creating games that work directly in the browser and don’t require third-party plug-ins. The asynchronous model Node.js uses perfectly serves the needs for massively multiplayer online games: to have fast and responsive connections, plus a relatively low server load.
Real-time applications or RTAs are often a variation of collaboration tools that we use in our everyday work environment. Especially now that the pandemic has shoved us all into our homes and forced us to work remotely. We edit in Google sheets, send files and communicate in Slack and create complex task plans in Trello. All those apps are good examples of using Node.js. It all comes back to handling heavy flows of input/output operations that Node.js is so perfect for because its asynchronous event-driven nature provides for no hangup and instant data update.
Node.js is a popular, common language for web development today. It has gained momentum due to easy scalability and simplicity, support for the full-stack JS, and advanced performance indicators. It allows the freedom of app development and often becomes the preferred option for creating a variety of dynamic websites, and back-end API services.
Numerous tech giants and international business leaders have already captured the power and flexibility of Node.js, such as Netflix, LinkedIn, PayPal, eBay, and Uber. These companies hire Node.js coders to power their server side and utilize it as a robust prototyping tool for the creation of single-page web applications.
App development. Our experienced coders know how to get the most from Node.js for mobile development, delivering well-designed mobile apps.
Website development. Node.js web development allows to manage the influx of of new customers and handle a lot more connections.
Web application development. Hire node.js developer from Qubit Labs to create custom web applications supporting stability of your business processes.
API development and integration. APIs developed on this cutting-edge framework are extremely adaptable, ensuring high large database management.
Plug-ins development. If you already have a website, our Node.js application development team can build in plug-ins to improve your website’s functionalities
Interactive app development. Over the past years, Node.js mobile app development gained the lead. We are using only the latest technologies and trends.
No one can argue with the fact that Node.js is fast. The V8 engine used in Node.js was developed for Chrome and with google abundantly investing into the engine, Node.js reaps a whole lot of benefits from it. Another thing that makes it so fast is the Non-blocking Input/Output and asynchronous request handling. This feature allows Node.js to process requests without any delays
Back in 2015, the Node.js Foundation was created to “enable widespread adoption and help accelerate the development of Node.js.” and with founding members such as IBM, Microsoft, PayPal, Fidelity, and SAP fighting for the cause, it’s no surprise that Node.js has become one of the few open-source projects that have deserved such solid support from hundreds of corporations. The list of companies using Node.js continues to grow, too.
Node.js is a lightweight technology tool and is well-loved when it comes to microservices architecture. The idea behind that is basically developing an app as if it was a suite of small services each operating in its own process. It enables flexibility and expands the possibilities for the app to grow as new microservices and features can be added and integrated. On top of that, Node.js developers can easily scale the applications in both horizontal and vertical directions.
At Qubit Labs you’ll find practically any development service your company or project might need to launch or improve – including building products in Node.js. We build dedicated
teams of developers to help you complete your development project faster, smarter and with minimal investment. The team of professional recruiters are constantly searching and interviewing candidates to join the big Qubit Labs IT family.
If your business needs software built in Node.js, we can get you a single Node.js developer or assemble a whole team of dedicated node.js developers in virtually no time. We use a variety of hiring resources and platforms such as LinkedIn, Djinni, Dou, GitHub, etc. to bring you the dedicated team of Node.js developers you need and in a cost-effective way, too.
We don’t spare resources for our interview processes and vet the candidates thoroughly and with attention to detail. We’ve compiled a short description of how an average interview would go when you decide to join Qubit Labs, including some procedures, tests and tasks a candidate would go through.
The first interview is usually there for the candidate to find out more about our development company, the projects under our belts and in progress, then get acquainted with the project they would be working on if hired. The first interview is usually a basic compatibility check to see if the candidate fits in with the company culture and the team, and ultimately learn more about their experience. Hearing someone describe their experience is a whole lot different than reading about it on the CV.
As common sense would dictate, it’s time to move to a tech interview next. When the project is of a bigger scale and with higher stakes, this interview could be divided in two. During this part of the hiring process, the candidate will usually meet their fellow JS developers and spend some time with their future team, get a chance for both sides to ask questions and for the candidate to wow the team with their knowledge and technical skills. There’s an option for this whole step to be performed online.
More visually skewed positions would often require a candidate to perform a task to show their design/artistic capabilities, but it sometimes happens that a developer would have to also, complete a task.
A naturally pleasant and conclusive part of the whole process is the candidate getting the offer from the company. We always bet on maximal transparency in the negotiations and general communication with our candidates because that allows for a better understanding and a stronger bond between the company and people who work there. The candidate is given a certain time to mull over the offer and then gives us their decision.
Below we’ve listed several questions a Node.js developer should be able to answer at their interview.
Question: How does node.js work?
Question: What does I/O mean?
Answer: I/O is short for “input and output”, and refers to anything that’s accessed outside of your app. It’s loaded into the device memory after the start of the app and runs the program.
The two types of API functions in Node.js
Question: What are the two types of API functions in Node.js?
Answer: Asynchronous, non-blocking functions
Synchronous, blocking functions
Good Knowledge of Node.js Frameworks
Question: Think of the framework most usually used in Node.js?
Answer: “Express” is the most common framework used.
Question: Please explain the Express.js package?
Answer: It’s a flexible Node.js web application framework that allows for a wide spectrum of features for both web and mobile development.
Knowledge of front-end technologies
Question: What differs front-end from back-end development?
Answer: Front-end is the client-side of the app – what the people using the software see, while back-end refers to its server-side – the code that makes everything work. The two are basically what web development consists of and are vital to the development process. Their roles, however, the responsibilities and the environments they work in are entirely different.
Question: Give an example of Node.js use in Front-end?
Question: What is an Event Loop in Node.js?
Answer: Event loops deal with asynchronous callbacks in Node.js and is essentially one of the most fundamental features in Node.js, as it is the base for the non-blocking input/output.
Question: Using the event loop what are the tasks that should be done asynchronously?
Answer: I/O operations; Heavy computation; Anything requiring blocking
Question: What is a Callback?
Answer: Callback refers to an asynchronous equivalent of a function. One uses a callback function upon completion of a task. Node.js employs callbacks abundantly. All APIs of Node are written so that they support callbacks.
Database Schema Creation
Question: Which database would you say is more commonly used with Node.js?
Answer: MongoDB is the most popular database used with Node.js. It is a NoSQL, cross-platform, document-oriented database that affords the environment high performance, high availability, and easy scalability.
Hiring decisions are strategically important; hiring the proper talent to your team is what makes your project sink or swim. Qubit Labs is a vendor with many years of experience in the field; we always keep pace with the dynamic IT market in Ukraine and locate the best talent among plenty of Node.js programmers.
Our recruiters have a feel for the ideal combination of soft and hard skills and can find you any talent in record time. So, stop going in circles trying to hire Node.js programmers to push your business to new heights – we know where the best programming talent is and can connect the dots between you and the best coders, closing your vacancy in days.