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Full Stack Web Developer Learning Path

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Learning path contents
Module 1 (32 practice labs / 40 lectures / 406 min)
Basics of web
Module 2 (25 practice labs / 132 lectures / 1056 min)
Frontend Basics
Module 3 (14 practice labs / 61 lectures / 299 min)
Frontend/Backend Tooling
Module 4 (54 practice labs / 145 lectures / 1155 min)
Mastering React.js
Module 5 (0 practice labs / 32 lectures / 154 min)
Testing and skill evaluation
Module 6 (8 practice labs / 52 lectures / 248 min)
Introduction to backend web development
Module 7 (7 practice labs / 66 lectures / 551 min)
Advanced Node.js, MongoDB and GraphQL APIs
Module 8 (18 practice labs / 145 lectures / 720 min)
Production Ready Practices
Module 9 (8 practice labs / 0 lectures / 41 min)
Full-stack official certification
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How much time do I need?
3
Hours/day

(Hours you can spend learning per day)

4
Days/week

(Days you can spend learning per week)

9

Months

Why should I join codedamn?

If you are planning to buy a course for full-stack. I would suggest go with a @codedamncom free resources. Their resources are more than enough to get started and once you feel confident then only purchase their pro package. Which is worth the money I believe. #100DaysofCode

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Your Instructors
  • Mehul Mohan

    Mehul Mohan

    Full-stack developer, CEO of codedamn

  • Pedro Machado

    Pedro Machado

    MERN stack developer and YouTuber

  • Anna Skoulikari

    Anna Skoulikari

    Frontend developer and Git instructor

  • Basarat Ali Syed

    Basarat Ali Syed

    Microsoft MVP and TypeScript Guru

  • Laurence Svekis

    Laurence Svekis

    Google Developer Expert and JavaScript instructor.

  • Samuel Focht

    Samuel Focht

    Backend developer & content creator with 8+ years of experience

Complete guide of becoming full-stack web developer in 2022

What is the meaning of full-stack?

A full stack developer = frontend + backend + databases + CI/CD + OS/cloud knowledge.

This might seem like a lot of tasks but it is possible to learn these things from the full-stack path we have above.

A full stack developer is a software engineer who can ideally build and deploy medium to large size applications end to end, from frontend to backend to databases. Let's take a look at all technologies you'll need in this adventure of yours.

What technologies would I learn?

For frontend, there are only three core technologies you have to know about - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. On top of this, we will learn about React and Next.js that are modern standards of 2022

For backend, we will be covering the Node.js + GraphQL alongside MongoDB and Redis for database and caching. We would also learn about best web security practices. We will build production ready projects and you would have the option to use them for your resume in your portfolio on codedamn.

Finally, we will learn how to deploy these projects on cloud providers like AWS and Vercel. At the end there would be a full-stack certification exam to test out our knowledge and grant you the final certificate of completion for the full-stack learning path.

We pick an opinionated (production ready + relevant today) tech stack in the learning path above. We go deep into this tech stack on our full stack learning path above.

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