For the common people, a programmer is a person who does things on a computer. When businessmen start growing their business, they have so much to do. Not everything can be done alone, of course, so they hire a team to help with different matters.
When it comes to the website that will represent the company, many of them think that all is needed is one person who’ll do everything. Most of the time, they’re right, one person that is skilled enough to build a functional website. They will look at this Forbes article, and they’ll get it done. Will this be a proper way to introduce the company to the online public? No!
Why is it like that? Because one person can’t be skilled in all the parts a serious website needs. That’s the reason why big companies and brands hire entire teams of different programmers skilled in different areas. One person will find some open-source scripts that look okay and will sell it to the customers as their own piece. This is basically theft but you’ll be surprised how many people get away with it.
After a couple of months when something goes wrong, the same person isn’t available to fix the bugs and the problems. Just when everything starts going great, the website crashes and no one can get it back online. That is why no serious businessmen use one person to do the job.
How many is optimal?
Considering that building a website involves professionals from many different areas, we can say that the minimum is around 10.
Every website starts by buying a domain and a hosting service. This means you either need hiring someone to take care of this or paying someone to do a one-deal job. However, that’s at least one.
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