How to Become a Full Stack Developer: 6 Essential Tips
A full-stack developer is an engineer who can handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients.
The full-stack developers are involved in a horizontal technical requirement so that he/she can make a prototype design for a product very rapidly with his wide range of techniques. With the full stackability, they have a broader angle of view and a more active mindset. Moreover, they will be more sensitive to techniques and products. So, this kind of person can always have his/her opinions towards the product or design.
Disadvantages: It is precise because of the horizontal technology development, some full-stack developers cannot be experts in one skill. Most of them who claim to be “full stacks developers” are only know a little about the multiple skills. As for how to make the architecture more suitable for modular development, that's a question.
Even so, there are still people asking, how to become a full-stack developer?
1) Programming languages
You need to be proficient in multiple programming languages, such as JAVA, PHP, C#, Python, Ruby, Perl, etc. As most of your core business processes need to be written in these languages.Maybe not all need.
2) Use development frameworks and third-party libraries
The popular development languages are generally accompanied by a good development framework, such as JAVA Spring, MyBatis, Hibernate, Python Django, PHP think PHP, yin, nodeJs express, and so on.
3) Front-end technology
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Front-end technologies are becoming more and more important in today's project and product development. In addition to product features, the user experience is also one of the criteria to test the success of a product.
4) Database and cache
Any product or project needs a database to store data. As a full-stack developer, you also need to have at least one or two databases and the know-how to interact with the database. Currently, the popular database is MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Oracle, SQLServer and so on.