Understanding of Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) practices, along with tools like Jenkins, Docker, Kubernetes.
Web development technologies, such as HTML, CSS, front-end frameworks (like React, Angular, and Vue.js), and back-end technologies (like Node.js, Django, and Ruby on Rails), must be well-known and understood.
Database management technologies (e.g., SQL, NoSQL), data modeling, and database design concepts are all required.
Strong writing, integration, and debugging abilities are required to assure software quality and stability.
Depending on what kind of software development you want to do, knowing math could be helpful. This is especially true for graphics, models, and machine learning.
The ability to analyze complex problems, break them down into manageable parts, and develop effective solutions is a fundamental skill.
Understanding the various phases of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), including requirements gathering, design, development, testing, deployment, and maintenance.
It is critical to understand how to create, consume, and interact with APIs (RESTful APIs, GraphQL) while developing modern applications.
Ability to deploy and manage applications in a cloud environment, as well as familiarity with cloud platforms (e.g., AWS, Azure, Google Cloud).