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πŸ”₯ The Complete Web Developer in 2020

codesandtags profile image Edwin Torres Updated on ・9 min read

As part of my personal training, I've decided to re force my knowledge in web development, so I bought one of the best courses (in my personal opinion), The Complete Web Developer in 2020 by Andrei Neagoie and here are my notes. These notes are just the most relevant parts or resources for me, so I recommend you review the course for more details. If you want to read the original post, you can review this link.

1. How the internet works

2. History of the Web


4. CSS

Bootstrap and templates

CSS Grid and Flex

Career of Developer


Advance JavaScript

Command Line

Git + Github + Open Source

A Day in the life Developer

NPM Scripts


HTTP/JSON/AJAX + Asynchronous JavaScript


Face Recognition Project

NodeJS + ExpressJS


  • Relational: MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MSSQL, Sybase, Derby, SQlite
  • Non Relational (NoSQL) : Redis, MongoDB, Cassandra, CouchDB, Apache HBASE, Rick
  • SQL Query builder for JavaScript


Github Awesome Profiles

PS: Would you like to learn how to do more of these types of things? If you’re new to learning to code, I recommend you join the ZTM community and start by taking The Complete Web Developer course.

Cheers and keep learning! 🍻

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β™₯️ Full-Stack Software Developer, I really love coding πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» travel ✈️ and share the knowledge.


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Great write! Brief but to the point.
I'm just curious, were you an experienced developer before you took this cours? I'm a Software Enginner and have been working with web projects (ReactJS, NestJS) lately and was wondering if this would be a step back for me.


To be honest, I've been coding by 6 years, but I think the concepts and fundaments that Andrei explains, are really good. I think the best project was the Face Recognition, consuming the Clarifai API and the creation of the Node API.

So, in summary, you can be an experimented developer or just a person who has started coding two months ago, and you will get too much of this course.



I appreciate your work. And best of luck.
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dnschecker.org/ (For complete DNS lookup, DNS health check, and for many more DNS related tools)
iplocation.io/ (For complete IP lookup, and for many more IP related tools)
url-decode.com/cat/ (Here, you will get 100+ web tools, that not only help you out, in web development but also in getting better SEO ranking, including encoding/decoding, minification, image optimization and many more).