Full Stack Developer Basic Introduction

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Being a full stack developer

A hot trend and topic over the years have been to be a full-stack developer. Everyone who only knows the basic introduction opts to be a full stack developer and claims to be one. If you can’t deliver you can’t be the jack of all trades. There is a significant difference between expertise and familiarity. You can’t make the cake and eat it too, as the saying goes.

What is a full-stack developer?

We have to define “full-stack” first before we can adequately define what a full-stack developer is. A collection of a series of technologies required for the completion of a project is called a full-stack. A collection of sub-modules is called a stack. These sub-modules, when combined together, will achieve a function even without the need for other modules. 

A full-stack developer is a person having mastered a variety of skills. Using his skills he can complete a product independently. He is an engineer who handles database, system engineering, and clients for the servers. Customers may need Web stack, Mobile Stack, or App Stack.

Advantages and Disadvantages

There are ongoing discussions and debates on the depth of skills a full stack developer should have. Though it may not be clearly defined, here are the advantages of having a full stack developer:

The use of horizontal technical requirement that allows him to very quickly design a product prototype with a wide range of techniques. When you have complete stackability you will have a broader view angle along with a progressive mindset. You’ll also be more responsive to methods and products. Every product and design you will always have a say and an opinion on.

About working with a team, you can give aid to everyone else in the group. You can help reduce technical cost and time. Communication technologically will be cut as well. Most full-stack developers become entrepreneurs or start-up companies’ technical partners. 

On the other end, there will also be disadvantages:

Full-stack developers can not be single-skill experts. This is because of the development of the horizontal technology used. “Full-stack developers” have many skills, but we know little about them.

How do you become a full stack developer?

You have to acquire all the functional knowledge and capabilities used in application building to become a full stack developer. As a full-stack developer, you are required to:

Being a full-stack developer involves learning many skills.

There are no technological limitations. It also has its own set of requirements for itself. You need to be a global thinker if you want to become a full stack developer. Don’t content yourself with the basic things you can do. Explore the world and seek to it.

What is a full-stack developer without good communication skills? Nothing at all. You need to develop effective communication skills to deliver better output. Whether you like it or not you always interact with people.

A full-stack developer should be creative. You have to be creative to create. Also, you have to find the artist in you to innovate and produce superb outputs. You also have to be curious. When you are curious, you think. And when you think, you come up with ideas. Creativity and curiosity intertwined make more the best output. 

Above all, a full stack developer should learn the skill of time management. People will not hire you if you can deliver. They will not pick someone who cannot meet the deadline. You need to keep track of your time in the fast-paced technology world to produce the most output in the shortest period. No matter how good you are, if you can’t keep up with time; you’re as ineffective as others. 

It will take time to be considered a full stack developer. It may take years for you to master front-end, back-end and all the required knowledge. You’re not getting this kind of job title overnight. What you can do is learn the foundation and core skills you need to keep up with and face the challenges you will encounter.

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