How To Become a Full Stack Web Developer

How To Become a Full Stack Web Developer

How To Become a Full Stack Web Developer Hey guys, I’m Venkat and in this video we’ll discuss how to become a full stack   web developer without spending a penny out of your pocket. All the information, video tutorials, and complete course material are available online at your fingertips. All you truly need is an internet connection. Of course, your willingness and time to learn as well. Whether you just graduated   and looking for your

first job or you already have some experience and in the market looking for a   change of job, I’m sure you’re asked the following question. Are you a full stack web developer   or are you a full stack software engineer. So, who is a full stack web developer. Before, we understand   this, let’s understand the three main parts of an enterprise class data driven web application. Here we go.

These are the three main parts – front-end, back-end and database. These days   for front-end web development most companies use frameworks like Angular, React, Vue etc. For   back-end, that is server-side web development we usually use frameworks like ASP.NET Core, Java etc. For storing data, we need a relational or a non-relational database. However keep in   mind, most of the enterprise class data-driven web applications that are built these days use both a   relational and a non-relational database. Examples of relational databases are Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL etc, and examples of non-relational databases are MongoDB, DocumentDB, Cassandra   etc.

These non-relational databases are also called NoSQL databases. So, at the very least   for you to be a full stack web developer, you need to learn at least one technology from   each of these three main areas of web development that is front-end, back-end and database. Now, before full stack web development became so popular we had specialized roles   like front-end developers, back-end developers and database developers. As the roles clearly imply, a front-end developer is only responsible for the front-end area of the system, that is he works just on the front-end

development of the system.Similarly, a back-end developer only on the back   end and a database developer only on the database. Gone are those days. In the software development   domain, full stack developer has become one of the most sought after positions these days. Now, I’m a   dot net full stack web developer. So, let me take you through the skills that you should learn to   become a .Net full stack web developer.

I suggest the following courses in the order specified. Start   with back end. So, first C#, followed by that SQL Server and then Entity Framework, LINQ, ASP.NET   Web API and ASP.NET Core, and then let’s move on to the front end. Start with the basics of Javascript. Finally Angular 2 and above. These are essential skills. We have all these courses available on our   website at no cost to you. I’ll have the links to all these courses in the order specified   in the description of this video, so you can start learning them.

As I said before, these are   essential skills. So, after you finish learning these courses, I suggest learn these courses as   well because these are nice to have skills. Design patterns, SOLID design principles, Razor pages and   non-relational database like MongoDB for example,and then a source control system like TFS that is   Team Foundation Server or GIT. To start learning these courses you need to have basic knowledge of

HTML and CSS. All you need are the basics. You don’t have to be an expert. There are many free   resources on the internet to get up to speed with basics of HTML and CSS. I would say maybe spend   four hours on HTML and maybe another four hours on CSS. Now, as far as Angular is concerned there   are many courses on our website. So, I suggest the following learning path for Angular. As you might   already know, there is a massive difference between AngularJS 1 and Angular 2. If you know you’ll be

working and supporting AngularJS 1 applications,only then I suggest learning AngularJS 1. As you   know, AngularJS 1 is obsolete. If you know you won’t be supporting AngularJS 1 applications, I suggest   start with Angular 2. There’s no much difference between Angular 2, 4 ,5, 6, 8 and even future versions   The way we build Angular applications using these versions that is Angular 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 or   even future versions is very identical. If you’re starting to learn Angular, I suggest start with   Angular 2. We have discussed all the Angular basics in this Angular 2 course. These basics   are the same for Angular Versions like 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and even future versions. Once you are comfortable

with Angular basics, please learn Angular CLI. I believe every Angular developer should learn how   to use this powerful tool Angular CLI. It greatly increases your productivity while still following   Angular’s best practices and conventions and then Angular CRUD tutorial. This tutorial uses Angular 5   and covers all the concepts you are not able to cover in Angular 2 course. Finally start Angular   6 course. In this course, we’ve covered important advanced Angular concepts we were not able to   cover in Angular 2 and Angular CRUD courses. Hope you’ll find these resources useful to learn   Angular. If you’re confident with the concepts discussed in these courses,

you will easily find a job as a dot net full stack software engineer and you can also compete and work alongside people   with even over 10 years of experience. As I said before all these courses are available on our   website at no additional cost to you. All you need is an internet connection and the willingness to   learn. Everything is out there on the internet free of cost at your fingertips. Now, all the courses  

that we’ve just seen on the slide are available on our website PragimTech.com. So, click on Courses   and then Free Online Courses. On this page you’ll find all those courses. For example, if you want to   learn ASP.NET Core click on the ASP.NET Core MVCcourse right here, and on this course page we have   all the ASP.NET Core videos, text articles and slides in sequence.

Every course page also has   Reviews tab. Remember, your feedback is really important to me. So if you have couple of minutes, please provide your rating for the course and valuable feedback. Wish you all the best and I hope   you’ll find a great job soon as a full-stack .net developer. Happy coding. Goodbye for now. How To Become a Full Stack Web Developer

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