Developer Corner

As a developer/senior developer, it is expected that you are strong in terms of Programming Fundamentals as well as have strong hands-on experience working on the technologies/platforms/languages that are you specializing on.

You should be allocating at least 2 hours everyday for practicing hands-on programming (be it on your project or as a separate learning if you are on bench). Practice is the key to becoming a great programmer. There is no other secret other than practice. Experience is only considered valuable if you have a culture of coding practice and as years pass by, you should know more problem solving techniques (not just naive but efficient ones).

Data Structures & Algorithms

Architectural Principles

Protocols & Services

  • OSI Model
  • TCP/IP Model
  • HTTP v/s HTTPS Protocol
  • SOAP v/s REST Services
  • OAuth Protocol

Programming Languages

Proficient in one or more of the following programming languages. Best thing to aim at is to be strong in at least 1 server side language and 1 client side language.

  • C
  • C++
  • Javascript
  • C#
  • Java
  • Apex
  • Python


  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing

Usually, developers like to be pure coding geeks or be a platform/product specialist. If your desire is to be an expert in a product/platform, then you should have knowledge working on any of the following leading products/platforms like:

  • CRM (Customer Relationship Management) /ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
    • Microsoft Dynamics CRM
    • Salesforce CRM
    • SAP ERP
    • Oracle Siebel CRM
    • Zoho CRM
    • Pega CRM
  • CMS (Content Management System)
    • WordPress
    • Joomla
    • Sitefinity
    • django
    • Episerver
    • Kentico
    • Sitecore
    • Telligent
    • Umbraco
    • DNN (DotNet Nuke)
  • BPM (Business Process Management)
  • Time Management using Pomodoro Techniques
  • Understanding Task Breakdown Structure
  • Assessing the Project Velocity
  • Knowledge on Version Control Systems (like Git/TFS)