What is full stack developer? How to become a full stack developer
What is A Full Stack Developer?
A full stack developer covers all bases in the software programming sphere. He or she has an in-depth understanding of computer system applications and is the handy-man of the software programming team. The full stack developer has the skills to transition smoothly between the two domains of web development: front-end and back-end.
Front-end development covers the client services side. Front end developers optimize all the features of an application that a client or site user can see or interact with when web browsing or using a mobile device.
The back end of web development covers the servers, databases, and all the internal framework that steers the application. Back end developers tweak the software code to consistently improve the application’s communication with servers, databases, or other software programming that relay information to front end interfaces. Typically, the client or end-user never interacts directly with the back end.
Because of the versatility in the function, a full stack developer, is required to:
Have competency in diverse scripting & programming languages:
Python, PHP, NodeJS, Ruby Version (back end programming languages)
API: REST, SOAP (Procedural Languages)
HTTP (Protocol language)
Be proficient in graphic design
Be skilled in managing UI/UX (User Interface and User Experience)
Have training in version control systems (Git, Github), database storage solutions (SQL, NoSQL, JSON) and servers (Apache, NGINX)
Be skilled in cloud services like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.
Full stack developers are all-rounder's who are equipped to jump in and help wherever they are needed in the web development process.