We break down the percentage of Applications Developers that have these skills listed on their resume here:
- Java, 11%
Developed a REST-web service interface using Java Jersey framework thus enabling a third-party application to exchange data with the primary application.
- C++, 6%
Developed software tools for simulating performance of motion-driven consumer electronics using robotics, Python, C++, and statistical analysis.
- QA, 4%
Worked closely with engineering managers to coordinate and verify corrective development efforts, including developing tests for QA to validate fixes.
- Database, 4%
Designed and developed hibernate configuration and session-per-request design pattern for making database connectivity and accessing the session for database transactions respectively.
- HTML, 4%
Participated in designing web pages using ASP.NET web controls, HTML, CSS, ASP.NET and AJAX Controls for HR module.
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We've found that 71.1% of applications developers have earned a bachelor's degree. Furthermore, 18.4% earned their master's degrees before becoming an applications developer. While it's true that most applications developers have a college degree, it's generally possible to become one with only a high school degree. In fact, one out of every nine applications developers did not spend the extra money to attend college.
Those applications developers who do attend college, typically earn either computer science degrees or computer engineering degrees. Less commonly earned degrees for applications developers include electrical engineering degrees or information technology degrees.
Once you're ready to become an applications developer, you should explore the companies that typically hire applications developers. According to applications developer resumes that we searched through, applications developers are hired the most by Oracle, CBRE Group, and Deloitte. Currently, Oracle has 733 applications developer job openings, while there are 196 at CBRE Group and 126 at Deloitte.
If you're interested in companies where applications developers make the most money, you'll want to apply for positions at Meta, Apple, and Safeway. We found that at Meta, the average applications developer salary is $139,440. Whereas at Apple, applications developers earn roughly $131,448. And at Safeway, they make an average salary of $130,714.
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We also looked into companies who hire applications developers from the top 100 educational institutions in the U.S. The top three companies that hire the most from these institutions include IBM, AT&T;, and Accenture.