Get the Best Talent Worldwide. Hire Remote Node.js Developers

Hiring a Node.js developer has never been easier with DistantJob. Our IT recruiters have hunted, screened, and curated a pool of top NodeJS developers who possess solid knowledge of the NodeJS runtime environment and are trustworthy remote candidates to grow and scale your business.

    Why Hire with DistantJob?

    1. We focus on helping companies hire remote developers: DistantJob handles your hiring challenges by matching your company with vetted senior-level Node.js developers.
    2. We are pocket-friendly; we tap into local markets with lower salary inflation without affecting quality. Your new Node.js developer will get paid above their local average while you save money.
    3. You’ll be hiring fully committed remote employees with verified skills, working in your time zone.

    Our 3-Step Hiring Process to Get You Going

    As a leading IT staffing agency, we care that our clients take part throughout the hiring process. Why? Because for us, hiring a qualified candidate is not only about the skills and abilities, but it’s also about how candidates match with your company’s culture.

    1.Culture-first Recruiting:

    As soon as you talk with us or fill our form, the first thing we do is analyze your company. We set up a call with you to understand your culture and the type of people you value working with.

    2.The headhunting process begins:

    We reach out to hundreds of candidates that we think might be a possible match for you. In 2 weeks, you’ll start reviewing people that match your requirements. We focus on providing you 3-5 top candidates instead of giving you an endless list.

    3.Contracts, payments, documentation, security - we take care of everything:

    Once you select the candidate, we handle all the contracts and payments from day 1. We also take the legal steps required to protect your IP.

    How to Hire Cost-Effective a Full-stack NodeJS Developer?

    During a decade of activities, our DistantJob recruitment team developed a vetting system that ensures:

    • High-skilled candidates in timezone friendly areas
    • Fluency in English and communication skills
    • Certified educational requirements and technical skill tests

    Here are the core steps to follow to hire worldwide Node.js experts at a fraction of the usual cost:

    1. Job Description

    Writing the job description is the hardest part of the hiring process. You should precisely list tasks and responsibilities – for example, deploying or maintaining network applications, or managing data exchange.

    To attract the right candidates, make sure to specify the company core goals and the type of work contract you are offering:

    • Outsourcing Company: You seek an external development company to handle database maintenance and customer feedback.
    • Freelance: You need a freelancer to cover single-page applications.
    • Full-Time: You want to hire a Node.js developer to manage the whole project to ensure continuity to your project. You are looking for a remote full-time position as your main concern is finding a reliable and talented team member, offering specialized training in your company to increase individual and team performance.

    2. Technical Skill Tests For Node.js Programmers

    If you are looking for technical skill tests to hire Node.js programmers, you should pay attention to the following touchstones:

    • The test mirrors how a professional approaches a task and the quality of the coding process.
    • It shows how the candidate balances how to write code (syntax) and what to write (back-end related issues).
    • As a technical skill test, the duration should take between one and two hours.
    • The test difficulty needs to match the candidates’ abilities and fit the existing team’s needs.
    • Through the test, you can check which type of relevant resources the candidate accesses.
    • It’s an example of how the candidate will benefit from libraries, frameworks, and other tools to improve the development process.

    3. Interview Rounds

    Your new hire should be able to take care of multiple back-end tasks. You should arrange a round of interviews to test communication skills and technical proficiency. Finally, it’s important to arrange an interview with other team members to test interpersonal skills and personalities.

    • Integrating user-facing elements developed by front-end developers.
    • Writing efficient, reusable, testable code.
    • Designing and implementing high-availability and performance applications.
    • Security and data protection.
    • Integrating data storage solutions such as databases, key-value stores, blob stores, etc.
    1.  What’s the difference between JavaScript and Node.js?
    2. Best benefits of using Node.js?
    3. What is the difference between Angular and Node.js? And why do you need a basic Angular understanding?
    4. What is REPL in the context of Node.js?
    5. List down the tasks you can do asynchronously using the event loop?
    6. What is an error-first callback?
    7.  What is the purpose of module.exports? Please give an example.
    8. What is callback hell?
    9. What are global objects in Node.js?
    10. What is the difference between spawn() and fork() methods in Node.js?

     

    The average salary to hire a Senior Node.js Developer in the USA is $135,000/year. Glassdoor indicates $130,706/year, Talent.com $147,000/year, and Ziprecruiter $147,500/year. However, the annual salary depends on the geographical area, skill set, work arrangement, and year of experience.

    If you recruit outside the US, you can find high-skilled and timezone-friendly Node.js developers at affordable rates as the living costs are lower. You can offer a convenient contract for a full-time remote position, ensuring a talented and fluent English candidate to your team, while reducing your turnover rate. Here is an overview of the annual salary for certified Node.js developers outside the US:

    • Latin America: $103,677/year (FullStackLab)
    • Eastern Europe: $119,000/ year (Indeed)
    • Asia: $96,000/year (QuibitLab)

    Why Should You Choose Node.js framework for App Development?

    What is Node.js?

    Node.js is a runtime environment based on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. The best Node.js developers use the platform to scale inputs from users across multiple machines or data centers. In short, Node.js connects in real-time users and servers with a free exchange of data and input.

    Benefits of using Node.js :

    • Asynchronous: Node.js works in a non-blocking way, and it allows a single thread to handle the request from a client.
    • Highly scalable: js facilitates load balancing over multiple CPU cores, delivering quality results without overloading the RAM process.
    • Community: There are millions of certified Node.js developers worldwide, contributing to a large pool of resources, code scripts, modules, libraries, and registries available online.
    • Cross-platform:js allows building cross-platform real-time web applications.

    Skills to Look For In A Node.js Developer

    Here are is the glossary you should seek while screening skills for a certified Node.js developer:

    JavaScript and ECMAScript

    • Asynchronous programming: events, promises, async/await, rxjs
    • Object-Oriented Programming: JS data structures, prototypal inheritance, ES6 classes
    • Functional Programming: higher-order functions, closures
    • Cross-cutting mechanisms: coercion (typecasting)

    Web Services

    • HTTP protocol (Fetch, Axios, Request, WebSockets)
    • WebSocket protocol (Socket.IO)

    Node.js Tooling

    • Frameworks: Express, Koa, Nest.js, Fastify
    • Transpilers: Babel, TypeScript, Flow
    • Bundlers: Webpack, Parcel, Snowpack
    • Popular packages: NVM, Chokidar

    Testing

    • Types: unit tests, functional tests, integration tests, E2E tests
    • Tools (frameworks & libraries): Karma, Jasmine, Selenium, Jest, Mocha, Sinon, Chai (and many others)
    • Misc: pyramid of tests (way more unit tests than e2e), snapshot testing, regression testing, mocking

    Databases

    SQL, MySQL, MSSQL NoSQL: MongoDB, CouchDB, and many others ORMs (object-relational mappers)

    Design

    • Monoliths, microservices, CQRS
    • Design Patterns: facade, factory, builder, composite, mediator, state machine, state, chain of responsibility, etc.
    • Concerns: scalability, monitoring, logging, deployments, continuous integration/deployment, cloud infrastructure

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