A Full Stack Developer is an engineer who works on both client-side and server-side software. This type of software developer works on the Full Stack of an application meaning Front End Technology, Back End Development Languages, Database, Server, API, and version Controlling Systems. Hence, the name “Full Stack” Developer.
A full-stack engineer needs to be proficient in multiple programming languages, such as JAVA, PHP, C#, Python, Ruby, Perl, etc. As well as having a Basic knowledge of Design Techniques and Systems most of your core business processes need to be written in these languages.
A full-stack developer has in-depth knowledge of how different stages of software development projects must be carried out. In addition to that, they possess several skills such as front-end, back-end, QA testing code architecture, and UI/UX design. Therefore, they have diverse skills to work on different projects.
Being a Full Stack Engineer gives you the ability:
Preferable for Small Budget Projects
When a company hires a full-stack developer, they are able to cut their costs on development projects. The reason is that such developers can work on various processes.
A full-stack developer is usually well-versed with the front-end and back-end technologies. That means that they can work on client-side and server-side when required.
Full-Stack Software Engineers are rare in the market and being one makes you stand out undoubtedly.
- PHP or Python or Java
- Node.js or Angular JS
- Laravel or Django or Spring Boot
- Version Control and Collaboration Tools
- Services and APIs
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Flutter or React Native
- Project Management and Communications