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Most Frontend Engineers have a degree in computer science or a related field. They must be able to code in various languages and design web interactions that users will enjoy. Much of their job requires being able to think like the end-user, then take this information and apply it to their designs. Because the internet frequently changes and updates, they also must be able to keep up with testing and updating the sites. This is often a job that requires the ability to work in a team. As mentioned earlier, there is often collaboration involved in this role with other programmers, Backend Engineers and additional technical staff. In addition to working to create the website with other technical staff, the Frontend Engineer frequently works with the marketing team and creates pages and features that are on target with the company brand.