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Darcie M.

Mid-level C Developer
6 years of experience

Experienced Software and Application Developer using Java and J2EE technology. Handled different projects domains including telecommunications, ban. . .

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Arlynn

C Developer
7 years of experience

Highly skilled and hardworking developer that handled different projects domains including telecommunications, banking, and travel management which . . .

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Addy

Junior C Developer
3 years of experience

Addy is a Software Engineer utilizing open source technologies and experience on big data, web services and integration. Has 3 years of experience on . . .

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Donald

Senior C Developer
14 years of experience

Donald has been in the industry for more than 14 years with 8 years specifically focusing on Java Development. Has experience working with Java EE, Ja. . .

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Darcie M.

Mid-level C Developers
6 years of experience

Experienced Software and Application Developer using Java and J2EE technology. Handled different projects domains including telecommunications, ban. . .

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How much is the usual rate for C developers?

Illustrated below is a comparative table of the average annual and hourly local rates of CodeIgniter developers from four different countries. All information about annual and hourly rates are based on the Neuvoo website.

 

     Average C Developer’s Annual Salary       Average C Developer’s Hourly Rate   
   United Kingdom    GBP 82,736 GBP 42.5
   United States USD 210,000 USD 108
   Canada CAD 183,062 CAD 94
   Australia AUD 200,000 AUD 103

 

To be more efficient in operation costs and the recruitment process, a lot of new start-ups and established tech firms are using the services by IT outsourcing providers.

 

Here at Cloud Employee, we understand the need for businesses to find alternative solutions that effectively reduce costs and time without sacrificing their expanding operations. To make IT outsourcing in the United Kingdom and throughout the globe more accessible, we offer competitive industry rates for hiring the best offshore CodeIgniter developers in the fastest amount of time possible.

 

For more information about outsourcing developers for your next software project, here’s a helpful blog about offshore developer rates.

What interview techniques should you use to hire the best C developers?

When hiring the best C developers, it’s important to always remember your goal for the interview. It’s to evaluate your potential candidate’s skills and understanding within the window time of the interview.

 

Here are some helpful tips for interview questions and techniques that you can apply to determine the best C developer for you and your tech project.

 

Always ask questions aimed for effective assessment

It’s important to ask questions to the interviewee that can help you assess them with a standard gauge already in mind. Your queries should help you assess if the candidate meets and possibly exceed said criteria. Based on their answers, do they have similar beliefs that align with your company’s culture, values, and goals; do they meet the required competencies and expectations of the role as a C developer for your tech project.

 

You can easily determine important points by simply asking the interviewees. Know the level of their in-depth knowledge and understanding of the C programming language. It’s strongly encouraged to ask about their most recent projects like this a way to know the practical application of their technical skills. Also, note how they talk about their recent project and how well do the C developer candidates explain concepts that aren’t understandable to non-technical people.

 

Also, note their communication skills. It’s a common stereotype that developers are quite shy and very quiet, these are often correlated to the nature of their profession. Regardless of these sweeping misconceptions about developers, a person’s communication skills are still very important as these help in a lot of misunderstanding and problems that could possibly arise in the future. Pay close attention to the non-verbal cues exhibited by the interviewees through the C developers throughout the interview session. A few things to always take note of is the tone of voice, body language, their posture, frequency in eye contact, and their use of hand gestures. It indicates how comfortable they are with interaction and how they handle being the centre of attention when presenting something. Their soft skills are still equally important as this maintains a good working relationship with you and to both of your in-house and offshore development teams.

 

Conduct technical tests

For any highly technical position, such as C developers, it’s encouraged to conduct an online programming test for them as these assess their knowledge, practical application of their technical skills, and critical thinking.

 

By the end of these tests and interviews, choosing which of the skilled C developer should you hire based on their qualifications and other valuable assets that could help you further is the wisest choice.

 

Here are some sample questions that you can ask your candidates:

 

Q: What will be the output when the following code is executed? Kindly explain.

 

#include <stdio.h>
#define SQUARE(a) (a)*(a)
int main() {
   printf("%d\n", SQUARE(4));
   int x = 3;
   printf("%d\n", SQUARE(++x));
}

A: The answer is in fact undefined, and depends on the compiler being used. Some compilers will result in 16 and 20, while others will produce 16 and 25.

One might expect the second use of

the SQUARE macro to yield 16, just like the first use of the SQUARE macro. However, macros are processed by the preprocessor, a step that takes place before the actual compilation begins. Expanding the second macro will show what actually gets compiled:

 

(++x)*(++x)

The evaluation of the pre-increment operation ++x is where the undefined behaviour in C comes in. With some compilers, the macro will reduce to (4)*(5), while in other cases, it will be evaluated as (5)*(5)

 

Q: Why is it usually a bad idea to use gets ()? Suggest a workaround.

A: The function gets() reads characters from the stdin and stores them at the provided input buffer. However, gets() will keep reading until it encounters a newline character. Unless the buffer is large enough, or the length of the line being read is known ahead of time, gets() can potentially overflow the input buffer and start overwriting memory it is not supposed to, wreaking havoc or opening security vulnerabilities.

 

One way to work around this issue is to use fgets(). It allows you to put a limit on the maximum number of characters to read:

 

fgets(b, 124, stdin);

Q: What is the difference between structs and unions?

A: A struct is a complex data type that allows multiple variables to be stored in a group at a named block of memory. Each member variable of a struct can store different data, and they all can be used at once.

 

struct a {
   int x;
   char y;
} a;

For example, you may store an integer in x, and a character in y above, independent of each other.

 

A union, on the other hand, stores the contents of any member variable at the exact same memory location. This allows the storage of different types of data at the same memory location. The result is that assigning a value to one member will change the value of all the other members. Unlike struct, only one member of the union type is likely to be useful at any given time.

 

union b {
   int x;
   char y;
} b;

For example, storing a character in y may automatically change the integer you read from x to something meaningless or unpredictable.

How can Cloud Employee help you?

Cloud Employee is an IT outsourcing firm that links companies like your access to the best C developers here in the Philippines has to offer. We aim to become your reliable partner in outsourcing by helping you employ offshore C developers fast, simple and risk-free process.

 

Our recruitment process lets you build your offshore development team within less than a month. Simply send us your staffing requirements, and our dedicated team of recruiters will scout for the skilled C developers according to the custom search of your technical talent needs. After a pre-screening, we provide you with a shortlist of the best candidates from there you can pick the developers you’re interested into further interview. We also offer free technical tests, should you wish to conduct these tests, you only need to notify us and our team in Cloud Employee will do the rest. So you can be assured that you’re only hiring the best tech talents that you want.

 

Here at Cloud Employee, your offshore C development team works only for you exclusively. They report directly to you and work at mirrored hours as if they are a part of your in-house developers.

 

As your reliable outsourcing partner, our service does not just stop at the recruitment process. We provide your offshore C developers with a clean and comfortable designated workspace, with complete daily IT support, and fast internet connection. We also hand matters such as HR, general administrative functions, and back-office tasks so you can prioritize on your tech project.

 

Offshoring your C developers needs can be a cost-effective and strategic solution for your business. With Cloud Employee, you can hire C developers with a broad range of skill sets including Java, Objective-C, C++ Standard Library, C/C++ Compilers.

What is the dedicated hiring model?

The Dedicated Hiring Model gives clients tight control over the hiring process up to the management of the team. It seamlessly integrates the dedicated offshore team with your existing in-house development team by adhering to all your procedures and demands such as working hours and required equipment. This basically reduces the risks of any project’s design and architecture.

 

Because of its flexible nature, it’s considered as one of the best engagement models. You can request for tech talents, resources, and types of equipment at any given time corresponding to the requirements of the project. The Dedicated Hiring Model allows the in-house team to scale up or down with ease.

 

Another thing to remember is the payment method. It’s now more convenient for you, you would only have to pay once which already includes the offshore team member’s monthly salary and the outsourcing provider’s service fee.

 

Pros

  • Perfect for long-term project, especially for those with constantly changing project scopes and undefined specifications.
  • Can work with short-term project with defined project scope.
  • Predictable budget despite an indefinite project scope.
  • You will have full access and control over the whole recruitment process, selection of candidates, and management of the offshore team.
  • Product quality can be monitored, assessed and guaranteed.
  • The offshore team gains more in-depth knowledge and understanding of the client’s objectives, goals, standards, and expectations.
  • The offshore team exclusively works for you throughout the project scope.

 

The Dedicated Hiring Model is perfect for businesses that:

  • Prefer to work with dedicated Drupal developers for their current and upcoming future projects.
  • Prefer to reduce expenses in terms of searching for specific talents, and the recruitment process.
  • Require flexibility in a team’s workload and scalability especially during the project’s development.

 

At Cloud Employee, your dedicated team of Drupal developers is dedicated to you and mirrors your preferred working hours. This means that both you and the offshore development team can work together at the same time, and ultimately reduce any miscommunication issues and foreseeable inconveniences. Your offshore Drupal team can also use your preferred software, tools, and standards, making them a more effective part of your team.

 

Combining the Dedicated Hiring Model and Cloud Employee’s extensive experience in the IT outsourcing industry, we came up with a business model that is truly unique and effective. This business model has simplified the recruitment process, made working practices more flexible, and bridged the gap between in-house and offshore teams, all for a competitive industry rate. We believe that our business model works better than any of its IT outsourcing competition.

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