The next step is analyzing the implementation sphere of these technologies. The useful source of information to consider, is the IEEE Spectrum. This is a resource that determines popular programming languages via weighing up many different factors, such as the amount of job site listings, current search trends, or open-source hub projects. Here’s what they determined for 2016.
Predicting the Web Developer Hiring Trends for 2018 at Web Design Kuala Lumpur!
As you can see, there are a number of factors that influence on the cost of a web development project and the salaries of web developers. Actually, it can be subjective and quite difficult to predict the cost. So, there some factors that have impact on the price not only Ukraine but around the world:
The programming language, overall technical skills, and experience of a web developer.
The level of experience of a web developer (Senior/Middle/Junior). But be attentive, in different companies and countries the method of level calculation is different.
The developer’s geographical location.
Developers in the USA and most of the developed European countries are very expensive.
The demand and supply for that particular skill set.
Ruby on Rails is in high demand but there aren’t enough developers. The salaries are higher than some of the others object-oriented languages.
PHP is in high demand and there are many resources so it is still affordable and may vary according to their knowledge and experience of PHP frameworks.
The complexity of the project requirements.
The size and length of the project.
Actually, there are more factors influenced on the costs. As a well-established web development agency, we have a great work experience with customers from the USA, Europe, and Australia. So, our team’s advice is to consider if the enticement of saving a few dollars is worth the inherent risk in trying to find a cheap but competent developer.
Critical Benefits and Drawbacks You Need to Know About Different Web Developer Types
I get asked to do website estimates a lot and sometimes it’s downright heartbreaking to hear about the struggles and challenges entrepreneurs and business owners face when trying to find the right web developer.
Too many times I hear about people who feel they were ripped off by their previous webmaster and are very reluctant to hire someone new for fear of the same thing happening again.
Some of these people decided they better do all the work themselves, struggled terribly trying to literally learn a whole new profession. They end up calling me out of sheer frustration that nothing is working and things are worse off than before.
One time I was having a conversation with someone on a completely unrelated topic and he asked me what I did, when I responded he blurted out, “I hate web developers.”