Web development has undergone major shifts in the last 5-10 years, both structurally and technologically. The days when making a webpage meant hosting some HTML files on a server are largely long gone. As are the days of businesses employing a single web developer for the position of running an enterprise-level website, as mid-to-large scale companies now have internal development teams of at least a dozen engineers with various disciplines, or will more often use the resources of outside development shops that have the experience in producing high quality deliverables. The classic role of development as a part of IT is less relevant as web frameworks have taken on a larger scope, project management techniques have become redefined as creative processes, and development tools and resource usage have shifted radically.

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