What does the term "full-stack programmer" mean?
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You will need to make efficient use of tools, techniques, and best practices in database management, design, coding, prototyping, modeling, testing, deployment, and data storage to create an application for the web, mobile, or desktop.
And in this process are you aware that you switch from rear-end platforms to front-end applications, server needs, and a complete technological stack of technologies to not only use this back-end, front-end, and mean applications but also to switch between them. With software rapidly evolving terms like full-stack programmers, DevOps, frontend, backend, and such have become accepted in computer parlance.
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I've seen some comments here that getting into software engineering without formal education is a realistic possibility if you use publicly available resources and teach yourself. So I am doing it.
So far, I have gone through the Harvard online intro to computer science (CS50) and two more semesters worth of college computer science - one on intro to programming (functions, recursion, etc) and one on data structures and algorithms. If you were me, and wanted to get a job as soon as possible, what would you do next? I've only been doing this for a couple months, but how good do you actually have to be to get a job?
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