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What does a Web Programmer actually do?

 

As more people rely on the internet to get services and information, the demand for web programmers continue to soar. Web programmers are commonly required in some of the world’s largest economies such as the US, India and China. Employers pay top dollar to web programmers who can build a website or code the next coolest mobile app. 

Web programmers or sometimes called as web developers work on building and maintaining cutting-edge applications that support customer needs for interactive websites. They are often self-employed or they work for businesses, universities, hospitals, private organisations and government entities. 

In line with this, we’re featuring Aleksei Sviridov, Easyuni.com’s newest web programmer. Recently, he just moved to Malaysia from Moscow, Russia. He is a married man with two kids. Let’s hear from him how he views about his job:

 

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