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Android Developers in Ukraine

With the dramatic increase of mobile apps use, their connectivity, and demand, the world is striving for more innovations and technological breakthroughs. The mobile apps have changed every sector of our daily activities such as communication, as well as considerably facilitated business operations. With no doubts, Android takes the leading position of smartphone on the global market share. Moreover, 75% of electronic devices worldwide are supported by the Android Operating System (OS). 

Labor Market Data

Before digging into the peculiarities of the labor market, shall we define the technical skills. Mac, Windows PC, or Linux computer - all are verified for Android development. As an additional tool, you might need an Android device; to facilitate the development the market offers some emulators, however, the best option is to test on a real gadget.  

The most common programing languages used by Android programmers are:

Android development is officially and mostly done using Java, Android Studio-owned programming language. Since Java remains the leading programming languages used by software developers these days, developers must have a strong knowledge of its ins and outs to be competitive and demanding among IT firms.

Kotlin – another powerful language that was recently claimed as Java’s secondary “official” language. They both share similar features but Kotlin is easier to approach and learn. 

C# – is an open-source programming language that is often referred to as the most versatile programming tool.

Corona – mainly used but not limited to developing games. 

To properly support C/C++ codes for Android Studio, you must utilize the native software kit (NDK). Libraries written using C/C++ also fit. 

Android apps contain numerous databases that can be organized with the basic understanding of SQL. SQL is a coding language that mainly deals with extracting the data from databases and spreadsheets. 

XML is used by software engineers to describe data. Designing user interface (UI) layouts and interpreting the data from the Internet is possible with the basics of the XML syntax.

Android Developers is the specialization that sees a great popularity in Ukraine.

Our recruiting’s overview of the market capacity showed the following distribution of the skills that might be of need for creating an Android application:

Decision Factors for the Developers to Join Projects With the Android Development

The most important questions asked by the Android developers, while joining a project with the Mobile development are mentioned above:

01.

What programming language is used in a project? 

02.

What is the size of the team? Are there some other Android developers, or Android dev will be the only one?

03.

Is it going to be just one application, or multiple?

It is worth to remember, that joining ANY project, these questions are of special importance to the candidates in Ukraine:

01.

What is the working process of development? What methodology is used, if any? How planning, delivery, quality control and deployment will be organized?

02.

What will be the team structure? Who will be the person dealing with the team on daily basis?

03.

What technology stacks are used for the project? How modern and contemporary are they?

All-inclusive Price Range

Junior Developers

1-2 years experience

2400-3900 USD

per month

Middle Developers

2-4 years experience

4000-5400 USD

per month

Senior Developers

4+ years experience

5500-6900 USD

per month

Rate Includes

Developer’s salary
Sick leaves
Equipment and software
Recruitment
Payroll taxes
Vacation period
Office expenses
Employee retention

Our Model

We provide teams that are functionally managed by the client, while we support operations (working environment, HR supervision, and communication between the Client and the Team). Understanding what is most important to our clients we developed a distinguishing model of 3Rs: Recruitment, Relationships, and Retention.

recruitment-full

finding a developer is easy. Finding a fit for the client/product and capability to build a team – that’s where the hard part comes. We leverage our understanding of the local market and the best recruitment practices to make sure we pick the perfect match.

relationships-full

we believe that the relationships we build are the most important part of our service. No matter the distance, we foster the growth of relationships with our clients and dedicated teams by truly investing in them, and understanding their needs.

retention-full

our staff takes care of all operations, making sure that your team has all of the Staff Services activities to keep them satisfied. At the end of the day, it’s relations with other people (peers, clients, contractors) that matter the most and what forms true loyalty.

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