I'm interested in the "front end" part of the Dutch group's name.
We were having a discussion at work the other day about which skills you
should have to have in order to call yourself a "web developer".
I just finished a project which required knowledge of the following:
* Javascript
* Perl or PHP
but what's the minimum set of skills we think someone should have to
call themselves a web developer?
You could make a case, I'm sure, for just HTML and CSS. You develop
(non-interactive) web pages with HTML and CSS. Javascript is really a
programming language. Should AJAX be listed seperately?
However, if that's enough to call yourself a web developer, what do we
call someone with all the skills above?

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