Results for Munich Javascript Developer

    As JavaScript Developer who is interested in making a career in Munich

    Areas of Applications

    JavaScript web engineers are developing web applications including but not limited to: e-commerce,  content management systems, email systems, word processors, spreadsheets, etc. In Munich, many companies are using JavaScript to develop applications as a service or to develop internal applications within the company. Therefore, there are many opportunities for you to find your ideal job in the city

    Job Qualifications for JavaScript Developers in Munich

    Ideally, you should have a degree in computer science. In case you don't have a degree, some companies accept applicants with vocational training as well. The requirements for positions vary from company to another. This is particularly true as the language can be used for both backend and frontend applications. 

    Frontend/Backend JavaScript developers are required to have knowledge of the following:

    1. Expertise in JavaScript
    2. JavaScript frameworks such as react and angular
    3. Node.js 
    4. Linux/Unix commands 
    5. XHTML/CSS3 
    6. SQL / NoSQL Database knowledge

    JavaScript Developers Salaries in Munich:

    Due to huge demands, JavaScript developers are considered to be one of the best-paid jobs when compared to the average salary in the country. According to [1], JavaScript developers can earn between 4.205 € and  5.857 € monthly salary.

    Companies who are looking to hire JavaScript developers in Munich

    There are many companies that are looking for JavaScript developers. Below are some of those companies:

    1. Fme AG 
    2. Senacor technologies AG 
    3. Bertrandt 
    4. Msg 
    5. Reply AG 
    6. Accenture
    7. Siemens 

    The usage of JavaScript programming language by companies in Munich:

    We have done an analysis of thousands of jobs in Munich to figure out how much Javascript is used by the companies in Munich. As can be seen below, JavaScript is the third most used programming language by the companies.