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Fuad K., Ar (augmented reality) developer for hire
Fuad K.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
United States
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I help health & fitness companies craft engaging mobile experiences.

I help health & fitness companies keep their customers engaged with native mobile experiences that keep pace with the latest platform developments. I enjoy diving deep into business problems and finding solutions that truly bene...

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Adriana V., Ar (augmented reality) freelance developer
Adriana V.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
United States
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Virtual Reality, Unity & Product Design 💫

* Latest works protected. Please reach out to access my full portfolio * Selected work: http://adrianavecchioli.com I am helping brands and companies starting VR pilot programs, building their first VR experiences and setting up ...

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Ahmed, senior Ar (augmented reality) developer for hire
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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Lead Software Engineer

Software Engineer, into technology (Game, Back-end, and mobile)

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Salman S., freelance Ar (augmented reality) programmer
Salman S.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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Fullstack Engineer

Hi there, I'm Salman Samian, a senior full-stack developer who is passionate about both front-end and back-end development. I have worked extensively with Node.js, React.js, Next.js, Tailwind, and React Native to create exceptiona...

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Waqas A., freelance Ar (augmented reality) developer
Waqas A.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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Software Developer with 9 Years Experience

Hello, I am a Technical Team Leader in a software company. Leading the team of developers for different projects including game development and app development, android & iOS both. My teaching style and methodology is to explain ...

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Nipun D., freelance Ar (augmented reality) developer
Nipun D.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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A results-driven, goal-focused, and analytical Software Engineer who can think out of the box.

Proficient in design and development of mobile games and AR/VR apps for Android and iPhone using Unity3D. Lead entire game pipeline right from the concept art to release and post release updates. Skilled in developing and analyz...

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Adam S., Ar (augmented reality) developer for hire
Adam S.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
United States
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Life long learner receiving high quality technical training every day

I work as a Senior Quality Engineer at Red Hat. In my free time I relentlessly work on projects to fine tune my skills and build things that are meaningful to me. I have a growth mindset, everything I study gets put into practice ...

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George C., freelance Ar (augmented reality) programmer
George C.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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Experienced Software Engineer and consultant, specializing in mobile and AR/VR

Hello! I'm [George Cook](https://www.linkedin.com/in/georgejecook/). I love engineering high quality code. I take great pride in my craft, and produce highly extensible and maintainable applications. I'm extremely good at refactor...

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Robert S., freelance Ar (augmented reality) programmer
Robert S.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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Senior Unity C# Game Developer | Game Producer

I self taught most of the languages so I can understand where most people might get stuck. I now have more than 10 years of industry experience and I have been tutoring since high school. Projects includes Unity games, PC/mobile g...

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Arpit A., freelance Ar (augmented reality) developer
Arpit A.
Freelance Ar (augmented reality) Developer
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I am a mobile programmer. - iOS: Swift, Objective C - Android: Java, Kotlin - Hybridge: React-native

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Why hire an Ar (augmented reality) developer?

In today’s world, most companies have code-based needs that require developers to help build and maintain. For instance, if your business has a website or an app, you’ll need to keep it updated to ensure you continue to provide positive user experiences. At times, you may even need to revamp your website or app. This is where hiring a developer becomes crucial.

Depending on the stage and scale of your product and services, you may need to hire an Ar (augmented reality) developer, multiple developers, or even a full remote developer team to help keep your business running. If you’re a startup or a company running a website, your product will likely grow out of its original skeletal structure. Hiring full-time remote Ar (augmented reality) developers can help keep your website up-to-date.

How do I hire Ar (augmented reality) developers?

To hire an Ar (augmented reality) developer, you need to go through a hiring process of defining your needs, posting a job description, screening resumes, conducting interviews, testing candidates’ skills, checking references, and making an offer.

Arc offers three services to help you hire Ar (augmented reality) developers effectively and efficiently. Hire full-time Ar (augmented reality) developers from a vetted candidates pool, with new options every two weeks, and pay through prepaid packages or per hire. Alternatively, hire the top 2.3% of expert freelance Ar (augmented reality) engineers in 72 hours, with weekly payments.

If you’re not ready to commit to the paid plans, our free job posting service is for you. By posting your job on Arc, you can reach up to 300,000 developers around the world. With that said, the free plan will not give you access to pre-vetted Ar (augmented reality) developers.

Furthermore, we’ve partnered with compliance and payroll platforms Deel and Remote to make paperwork and hiring across borders easier. This way, you can focus on finding the right Ar (augmented reality) developer for your company, and let Arc handle the logistics.

Where do I hire the best remote Ar (augmented reality) developers?

There are two types of platforms you can hire Ar (augmented reality) programmers from: general and niche marketplaces. General platforms like Upwork, Fiverr, and Gigster offer a variety of non-vetted talents unlimited to developers. While you can find Ar (augmented reality) developers on general platforms, top tech talents generally avoid general marketplaces in order to escape bidding wars.

If you’re looking to hire the best remote Ar (augmented reality) developers, consider niche platforms like Arc that naturally attract and carefully vet their Ar (augmented reality) developers for hire. This way, you’ll save time and related hiring costs by only interviewing the most suitable remote Ar (augmented reality) developer candidates.

Some factors to consider when you hire Ar (augmented reality) developers include the platform’s specialty, developer’s geographical location, and the service’s customer support. Depending on your hiring budget, you may also want to compare the pricing and fee structure.

Make sure to list out all of the important factors when you compare and decide on which remote developer job board and platform to use to find Ar (augmented reality) developers for hire.

How do I write an Ar (augmented reality) developer job description?

Writing a good Ar (augmented reality) developer job description is crucial in helping you hire Ar (augmented reality) programmers that your company needs. A job description’s key elements include a clear job title, a brief company overview, a summary of the role, the required duties and responsibilities, and necessary and preferred experience. To attract top talent, it's also helpful to list other perks and benefits, such as flexible hours and health coverage.

Crafting a compelling job title is critical as it's the first thing that job seekers see. It should offer enough information to grab their attention and include details on the seniority level, type, and area or sub-field of the position.

Your company description should succinctly outline what makes your company unique to compete with other potential employers. The role summary for your remote Ar (augmented reality) developer should be concise and read like an elevator pitch for the position, while the duties and responsibilities should be outlined using bullet points that cover daily activities, tech stacks, tools, and processes used.

For a comprehensive guide on how to write an attractive job description to help you hire Ar (augmented reality) programmers, read our Software Engineer Job Description Guide & Templates.

What skills should I look for in an Ar (augmented reality) engineer?

The top five technical skills Ar (augmented reality) developers should possess include proficiency in programming languages, understanding data structures and algorithms, experience with databases, familiarity with version control systems, and knowledge of software testing and debugging.

Meanwhile, the top five soft skills are communication, problem-solving, time management, attention to detail, and adaptability. Effective communication is essential for coordinating with clients and team members, while problem-solving skills enable Ar (augmented reality) developers to analyze issues and come up with effective solutions. Time management skills are important to ensure projects are completed on schedule, while attention to detail helps to catch and correct issues before they become bigger problems. Finally, adaptability is crucial for Ar (augmented reality) developers to keep up with evolving technology and requirements.

What kinds of Ar (augmented reality) programmers are available for hire through Arc?

You can find a variety of Ar (augmented reality) developers for hire on Arc! At Arc, you can hire on a freelance, full-time, part-time, or contract-to-hire basis. For freelance Ar (augmented reality) programmers, Arc matches you with the right senior developer in roughly 72 hours. As for full-time remote Ar (augmented reality) developers for hire, you can expect to make a successful hire in 14 days. To extend a freelance engagement to a full-time hire, a contract-to-hire fee will apply.

In addition to a variety of engagement types, Arc also offers a wide range of developers located in different geographical locations, such as Latin America and Eastern Europe. Depending on your needs, Arc offers a global network of skilled software engineers in various different time zones and countries for you to choose from.

Lastly, our remote-ready Ar (augmented reality) developers for hire are all mid-level and senior-level professionals. They are ready to start coding straight away, anytime, anywhere.

Why is Arc the best choice for hiring Ar (augmented reality) developers?

Arc is trusted by hundreds of startups and tech companies around the world, and we’ve matched thousands of skilled Ar (augmented reality) developers with both freelance and full-time jobs. We’ve successfully helped Silicon Valley startups and larger tech companies like Spotify and Automattic hire Ar (augmented reality) developers.

Every Ar (augmented reality) developer for hire in our network goes through a vetting process to verify their communication abilities, remote work readiness, and technical skills (both for depth in Ar (augmented reality) and breadth across the greater domain). Additionally, HireAI, our GPT-4-powered AI recruiter, enables you to get instant candidate matches without searching and screening.

Not only can you expect to find the most qualified Ar (augmented reality) engineer on Arc, but you can also count on your account manager and the support team to make each hire a success. Enjoy a streamlined hiring experience with Arc, where we provide you with the developer you need, and take care of the logistics so you don’t need to.

How does Arc vet a developer’s Ar (augmented reality) skills?

Arc has a rigorous and transparent vetting process for all types of developers. To become a vetted Ar (augmented reality) developer for hire on Arc, developers must pass a profile screening, complete a behavioral interview, and pass a technical interview or pair programming.

While Arc has a strict vetting process for its verified Ar (augmented reality) developers, if you’re using Arc’s free job posting plan, you will only have access to non-vetted developers. If you’re using Arc to hire Ar (augmented reality) developers, you can rest assured that all remote Ar (augmented reality) developers have been thoroughly vetted for the high-caliber communication and technical skills you need in a successful hire.

How long does it take to find Ar (augmented reality) developers on Arc?

Arc pre-screens all of our remote Ar (augmented reality) developers before we present them to you. As such, all the remote Ar (augmented reality) developers you see on your Arc dashboard are interview-ready candidates who make up the top 2% of applicants who pass our technical and communication assessment. You can expect the interview process to happen within days of posting your jobs to 300,000 candidates. You can also expect to hire a freelance Ar (augmented reality) programmer in 72 hours, or find a full-time Ar (augmented reality) programmer that fits your company’s needs in 14 days.

Here’s a quote from Philip, the Director of Engineering at Chegg:

“The biggest advantage and benefit of working with Arc is the tremendous reduction in time spent sourcing quality candidates. We’re able to identify the talent in a matter of days.”

Find out more about how Arc successfully helped our partners in hiring remote Ar (augmented reality) developers.

How much does a freelance Ar (augmented reality) developer charge per hour?

Depending on the freelance developer job board you use, freelance remote Ar (augmented reality) developers' hourly rates can vary drastically. For instance, if you're looking on general marketplaces like Upwork and Fiverr, you can find Ar (augmented reality) developers for hire at as low as $10 per hour. However, high-quality freelance developers often avoid general freelance platforms like Fiverr to avoid the bidding wars.

When you hire Ar (augmented reality) developers through Arc, they typically charge between $60-100+/hour (USD). To get a better understanding of contract costs, check out our freelance developer rate explorer.

How much does it cost to hire a full time Ar (augmented reality) developer?

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the medium annual wage for software developers in the U.S. was $120,730 in May 2021. What this amounts to is around $70-100 per hour. Note that this does not include the direct cost of hiring, which totals to about $4000 per new recruit, according to Glassdoor.

Your remote Ar (augmented reality) developer’s annual salary may differ dramatically depending on their years of experience, related technical skills, education, and country of residence. For instance, if the developer is located in Eastern Europe or Latin America, the hourly rate for developers will be around $75-95 per hour.

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