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Full-Stack 101: What are these developers all about?

A full-stack developer is a type of developer that can work on front-end, back-end, database, architecture, and even project management of an application or project. They can usually work with 5-6 different programming languages and frameworks. They can plan, architect, build the user interface, build the databases and logic, as well as test a whole project all by themselves.

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Overall responsibilities of front end developers

As with any role, the responsibilities will depend on the hiring company’s tech roadmap. Their daily tasks and responsibilities have a wide scope, so day-to-day tasks and responsibilities are tailored to your specific company needs.
  • Building user interfaces, databases and logic
  • Management of file systems, cloud storage, and network resources
  • Project management
  • Creating unit and user interface tests
  • Maintenance, troubleshooting, and debugging
  • Ensuring cross-platform optimization
  • Designing, developing, and integrating APIs
  • Staying up-to-date on developments in programming languages
  • Design client-side and server-side architecture
  • Create security and data protection settings
  • Write technical documentation
  • Work with data scientists and analysts to improve software
These are some of the common technologies and skills used in their everyday work:
HTML and CSS Basic front-end programming languages that help add materials to a website and style them how you want.
PHP, Python, Ruby, Golang or .NET Back-end programming languages help developers create the business logic of an application and its connections to the database.
MySQL, MongoDB or PostgreSQL Types of databases. There are relational databases - storing data in rows and columns - and there are non-relational databases - store data in collections of JSON documents.
NodeJS, Apache, Nginx These are web server software environments used to create, configure, and modify web servers. Also useful for server-side data manipulation.
AngularJS, React or Vue JavaScript frameworks that help create interactive and fluid experiences and effects in web and mobile interfaces.
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