Backend engineers deal with either the data access layer of a piece of software, or the hardware and physical infrastructure. They often use skills like C++, .Net, Java and C#. Backend engineers work alongside frontend developers to make sure the experience on the client side is running smoothly. Code written by backend developers is what communicates the database information to the browser. Backend engineers have good knowledge of security compliance and formal training. They usually possess a degree in computer science and other related fields.
Close to Silicon Valley, San Francisco has a booming economy. It has large technology, financial and art industries. This city has plenty of finance institutions that call it home like Charles Schwab, NFX Guild and Wells Fargo. San Francisco is a popular tourist spot, which also happens to add to its rich economy. The city is expanding in the sustainable energy sector, as well as the biomedical field. It's also home to online companies such as Dropbox, Twitter, Yelp and Pinterest.
The Golden City offers public transportation and has a subway system called BART. Its scenic views feature rolling hills and Victorian homes. San Francisco also has iconic landmarks like the Coit Tower, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge and Chinatown. The city is full of culture with some districts prominently displaying colorful murals. Being close to the water, San Francisco is sometimes a bit foggy during the summer months but that's part of its mystique.
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