What is Full Stack Development?
Full stack development (sometimes referred to as end-to-end or full-stack development) refers to the practice of web application development where one programmer or software engineer plays the role of full stack engineer, with all the roles typically associated with software engineerings such as requirements analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance being fulfilled by the same person. Full stack web
development is a software development methodology for building multi-tier web applications. The developer works with both layers of a technology stack (hence full stack) to create and maintain custom applications or software.
How to become a Full Stack Developer?
Most software engineers begin their careers focused on a single language—either PHP, Java, Python, Ruby or C++. Inevitably though, you’ll be faced with a problem that spans both front-end and back-end codebases. The full stack developer understands and can code for both realms so you can reuse your skills and leverage them in new contexts. Full stack developers are versatile and indispensable to modern software development.
Who should attend this Program?
Designed for students/ working professionals, fresh graduates, self-starters, and career transformers with essential work experience.
- Marketing & Sales Professionals
- Software & IT Professionals
- Client-Server Architecture
- Front-End UI Frameworks
- HTML, CSS, JS and DOM
- Bootstrap, JQuery
- NPM Scripts, Angular, Flask
- Development Environment Setup, Git Setup
- Basics of Java Programming
- MVC and MVVM
- Angular Services and Routing
- OOPs concepts, Abstraction, Encapsulation
- Inheritance, Polymorphism
- Arrays, linked lists
- Web Development using REACT and SPRING
- Data and Database Concepts
- JDBC, ORM , REST APIs Designing
- Additional Topic: Virtualization
- Back-End Development
- PostgreSQL, Git, Swagger
- Searching, Sorting, SDLC,
- Software Testing Basics
- App Development using Meteor
- Distributed Architectures
- Microservices Architectures, DevOps
- Cloud Native Deployment
- Redis, Kafka, Docker, Kubernetes, AWS
- Additional Topic: Networking
- Additional Topic: Cloud