Here’s what Turing Labs’ back-end developers will do for you

Published by Madhuri Walia on

Blockchain Developers

No web application can be thought of without back-end development. While front-end developers take care of the user-end functionality of the application, back-end developers are responsible for handling the Server-side. Users interact with the backend of the app indirectly while using the front-end.

Back end developers engage in creating and managing data, databases and APIs. They also program and deploy business logic in the application. They know at least one core programming language and also understand the advantages and disadvantages of different languages. They also need to have knowledge of database management systems and caching mechanisms. Furthermore, they have to be able to administer servers effectively.

Good back-end developers thoroughly test applications and remove all the bugs before they are published on the web. They also ensure that the application runs smoothly by involving themselves in its maintenance. 

At Turing Labs, we have a strong team of developers who have worked extensively on all kinds of applications – e-commerce apps, payment solutions, ICO websites, cryptocurrency exchanges and many more. They have been following blockchain technology closely too to understand how they can create applications which can accommodate a layer of blockchain-related technologies successfully.

We will now acquaint you with some of the technologies that our back end developers use for building applications. Let’s begin…

  1. Ruby – Ruby is a general-purpose, dynamic language that offers support for various programming paradigms including object-oriented, procedural and functional programming. It is an interpreted language, which implies that it doesn’t need to be translated to be run. The code reads more like a human language than a verbal-one, which is why it is liked by a lot of developers. It has been used for several major applications including Hulu, Twitter and GitHub. 
  1. Java – Java is a concurrent, class-based, object-oriented and independent programming language that has been used in many banking, stock market and financial services applications. Java is also used for creating distributed applications because of its feature of Remote Method Invocation (RMI), which allows one object to invoke the method of other remote objects and obtain the output. 
  1. PHP – PHP is a popular server-side scripting language that has been used for developing many static and dynamic websites and web applications. PHP is among those languages whose code is executed without compiling. It is used by platforms such as Facebook, Yahoo and Wikipedia.
  1. Python – Like Ruby, Python is an object-oriented and interpreted language. The code of the language can be executed without compiling. It differs from Ruby in terms of its approach to programming. It lacks Ruby’s flexibility, but it offers great clarity in programming which makes it easier to track down bugs. Platforms like Google, Mozilla Firefox and Instagram have been coded in Python. 
  1. .NET – .NET is a cross-platform, open-source software framework for developers from Microsoft. .NET supports multiple languages, editors and libraries and has a common set of APIs for all implementations. The languages that can be used on .NET are C#, F# and Visual Basic. 
  1. C++ – C++ is an intermediate-level, object-oriented programming (OOP) language that has been around for over thirty years now, and has adapted to the technological changes. C++ promises high performance, is flexible and is easy to interface with other languages. 
  1. Node.js – Node.js is a JavaScript runtime platform that is capable of executing any program written in JavaScript. Node.js’ event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that doesn’t allow a Node.js-based servers to wait for APIs to return data, but simply move to the next request, makes it very efficient and lightweight. The server-side platform serves data-intensive real-time applications running across distributed devices very well. 

Each of our developers has expertise in working with one or more of the aforementioned languages and frameworks and they can efficiently develop applications that run impeccably. The hourly rates of our back-end developers are $30-$50. For anything related to back-end development, please feel free to reach out to us at sales@turinglabs.io


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