Backend Engineers work with the data access layer of a piece of software, or in some cases, the hardware or physical infrastructure. The code written by backend engineers is what communicates the database information to the browser. Backend engineers may also be called ‰ÛÏbackend developers.‰Û These types of engineers use skills like Java, .NET, C#, C++, and other programming languages. Additionally, they have a good understanding of data structures and algorithms and can apply them to design pragmatic solutions. Backend engineers are responsible for building, testing, debugging and operating infrastructure.
Many people believe that Washington, D.C. is primarily the place for government work. In fact, Washington, D.C. is a city that is a center of commerce, as well as politics. Only 1/6 of professionals work in government. IT companies include Booz Allen Hamilton, Verizon, CRSA and more. However, as the government is one of the largest customers of technology, many IT companies service the government. Therefore, Washington, D. C. is an attractive place for growth industries such as IT, computer firms and telecommunication companies.
Ranked by U.S. News as #4 in Best Places to Live, Washington, D.C. has a variety of neighborhoods, each with their own charms. An extensive public transit system provides links to the D.C. metro area, where residents can enjoy plenty of public parks, restaurants, entertainment venues and historical sites. Washington, D.C. is also a great spot for those who enjoy museums, as many of the museums in the city center offer free entry, such as the National Gallery of Art and the National Air and Space Museum.
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