Levan Andghuladze
Programming Languages:
    • HTML/CSS: Fundamental for creating the structure and styling of web pages.
    • JavaScript: Essential for adding interactivity and dynamic behavior to websites.
    • Back-End Languages: Such as Python, PHP, Java..

Front-End Development:

    • Responsive Design: Creating websites that work well on various screen sizes and devices.
    • Front-End Frameworks: Familiarity with libraries and frameworks like React, Angular, or Vue.js.
    • UI/UX Design Principles: Understanding user interface and user experience design to create user-friendly websites.

Back-End Development:

    • Server-Side Scripting: Writing code to handle server-side logic and data storage.
    • Databases: Proficiency in working with databases, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, or SQL Server.
    • API Development: Creating and consuming APIs for data exchange and integration.

Version Control/Git: Using version control systems like Git for tracking changes and collaborating with others.

Web Security: Knowledge of common security practices and techniques to protect websites from vulnerabilities and attacks.

Performance Optimization: Optimizing websites for speed and efficiency, including minimizing load times and reducing resource usage.

Cross-Browser Compatibility: Ensuring websites function correctly on different web browsers.

Testing and Debugging: Proficiency in debugging tools and writing unit tests for code quality assurance.

Content Management Systems (CMS): Familiarity with CMS platforms like WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla.

Web Hosting and Deployment: Understanding how to deploy websites to hosting platforms and configure servers.

API Integration: Connecting web applications with third-party services and APIs.

Build Tools and Task Runners: Knowledge of tools like Webpack, Gulp, or Grunt for automating repetitive tasks.

Front-End Package Managers: Familiarity with tools like npm or Yarn for managing dependencies.

Browser Developer Tools: Proficiency in using browser developer tools for debugging and performance analysis.

Responsive Design and Mobile Development: Creating mobile-friendly and responsive web applications.

Code Editor/IDE Proficiency: Using code editors like Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text, or IDEs like WebStorm.

Collaboration and Communication: Effective communication and collaboration skills when working in teams or with clients.

Problem Solving: Strong problem-solving skills to troubleshoot issues and find efficient solutions.

Continuous Learning: The web development field is constantly evolving, so a commitment to staying updated with the latest trends and technologies is crucial.