Succeeding in Web Development: Full Stack and Front End

Succeeding in Web Development: Full Stack and Front End
Succeeding in Web Development: Full Stack and Front End
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 03m | 438 MB

Do you want to become a web developer? Nowadays, web development isn’t one job. There is a range of technologies and career options to explore. The core responsibilities are split two ways—between front-end developers who specialize in websites and applications and back-end developers who work with servers and databases—but you can also become a full-stack developer who oversees all aspects of a project. This course provides a map of the core technologies and advice about mastering them, complemented with the details you need to connect them to jobs. Senior staff author Ray Villalobos also provides tips on finding training, getting hired, and maximizing your earning potential in this lucrative and exciting field.

Topics include:

  • Types of web developers
  • The role of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Server technologies
  • Getting web development training
  • Choosing the right tools
  • Getting a job
  • Negotiating your salary
Table of Contents

1 Becoming a web developer
2 Types of web developers
3 Is the developer life for me
4 How much can I make
5 HTML as the foundation
6 CSS for design
7 JavaScript for interactivity
8 HTTP(S) for connecting
9 How the internet works
10 Building accessible projects
11 Design methodologies
12 Development approaches
13 Version control
14 Server technologies
15 Back-end languages
16 Developer tools
17 Frameworks and libraries
18 APIs and services
19 What education do I need
20 Traditional education
21 Coding bootcamps
22 Online learning
23 How do developers find jobs
24 The hiring process
25 Compensation
26 Negotiating the best deal
27 Next steps