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Geek Language Quiz 5: Front-End Developer Edition

Geek Language Quiz 5: Front-End Developer Edition

Recruiters constantly seek out great front-end developers who do not just write codes but can also make user’s digital experience magical.

Here are some of the skills a recruiter looks for in prospect front-end developers. If front-end developer roles have been on your radar, take this fun quiz and see how many front-end technology logos you can recognize.

1. Front-end developers are often expected to have experience in designing and implementing UIs using Bootstrap, Foundation, or Ionic. These are all frameworks that use the fundamentals of a style language whose logo is seen below.  What is it? (1 point)

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A.) Java

B.) SQL

C.) C++

D.) CSS

E.) Objective-C

 

2. The logo below represents a software widely used for design and rapid prototyping by front-end developers. Can you name it? (1 point)

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A.) Axure

B.) Adobe Creative Cloud

C.) OmniGraffle

D.) Invision

E.) Lucidchart

 

3. A front-end developer is required to demonstrate knowledge and expertise in open source JavaScript libraries. Which one of the most popular libraries these days uses the logo below? (2 points)

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A.) EmberJS

B.) NodeJS

C.) ReactJS

D.) SpineJS

E.) jQuery

 

4. It is important that recruiters find a front-end engineer who uses test frameworks to ensure the quality of their work. Which one has the logo below? (3 points)

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A.) Jasmine

B.) Mocha

C.) QUnit

D.) Browserify

E.) Chai

 

5. (bonus question) Now going beyond the front-end into the back-end, front-end engineers who can also code in a server-side language have extra advantages. One example of a server-side language has a logo shown below. Do you know its name? (3 points)

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A.) Ruby

B.) PHP

C.) JSP

D.) Perl

E.) Python

 

Answers:
1. D-CSS, 2. B-Adobe Creative Cloud, 3. C-ReactJS, 4. A-Jasmine, 5. E-Python

Results:
(Note: The rankings below are based purely on mutant powers, not virtues.)

0-2 points: Erik Lensherr aka Magneto

3-5 points: Ororo Munroe aka Storm

6-8 points: Professor Charles Francis Xavier aka Professor X

9 points: Bobby Drake aka Iceman

10 points: Jean Grey aka The Phoenix

 

Want to test your geek language knowledge more? Try Geek Language Quiz 4.

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