Working as a SQL Developer: job description and skills requirements
An SQL developer and database administrator is in charge of administering, testing, and implementing computer databases while applying their knowledge of relational database management systems. Database developers may plan, coordinate, and implement security measures to safeguard the integrity of the systems. SQL became a standard in the '80s but since then it has been enhanced several times with added features. An SQL developer and database administrator normally has to deal with the specific features of the product s/he supports.
Working as a SQL Developer: what skills do you need to know?
- Interested candidates should be experienced in SQL, ASP.NET and .Net
- Write proper documentation to improve code quality.
- Experience with unit testing and peer code reviewing
- Works well in a team-centred, dynamic workplace
- Understands the importance of a 'user first' approach
- An aptitude for problem-solving
SQL Developer vacancies at Jobspotting
Examples of actual SQL Developer job postings
A Mexico City-based company is hiring for a Desarrollador Programador de Bases de Datos SQL o PLSQL with experience in SQL, Programmer and Stored Procedure
A Mexico City-based company is hiring for a Analista de Bases de Datos SQL y Oracle Zona de Santa Fe with experience in Oracle Database, Data analysis and SQL
Candidates seeking a Analista Senior de Bases de Datos SQL in Mexico City should look into this recently advertised opportunity which requires Data analysis, SQL and MySQL
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