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How to Become A Full Stack Developer Complete Road-Map.

hemant profile image Hemant Joshi Updated on ใƒป2 min read

Year 2020 has been a massive hit to the company's as well as the people struggling to get into a company.
But keeping those factors aside let's know how to become a full stack developer in a short period of time.
To begin with I will be making it simple to read, with the points.

  1. HTML
    The basic of web dev is html and it hardly takes a day to get done with HTML, and there are several cources on YouTube for free.

  2. CSS
    The html is skeleton and the outer layer is CSS and it would also be 1 day to be done.

  3. JavaScript
    I would say that JavaScript is base for web dev in 2020, where the Backend and Frontend is derived from JavaScript.
    Also I would recommend you to take about 15-20 days with JS.

4.DataBase
Select your favourable DataBase it would be
MongoDB or MySql, atleast a day.

5.Back-End
The backend not the must skill to conquer but it is not that tough to get done with it,I would recommend to start with NodeJS which is based on Rest Api Calls.
10-15 days.

6.Front-end
The Front end is a design based and it would take time to get done with it, so I would recommend you to Learn ReactJS, it would take about 20-25 days to be good in it.

  1. Most Important
    Make some good projects regarding MERN stack which is the only way to Learn fast.

  2. Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰
    You are a full stack developer in MERN
    .

In 3 Months๐Ÿ˜

I am 18 Year old, on the way to Mern stack and dream to conquer it๐Ÿ˜.
Do check My GitHub๐Ÿ˜ and follow or star ๐ŸŒŸ if you like a simple thing on my Git Profile๐Ÿ˜
Thank you ๐Ÿ˜โค๏ธ;
:-Hemant Joshi

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And then after 3 more years you will be a good Full-Stack dev... I see it possible if you don't have responsibilites in life. You finished college, have plenty of a full time, you don't need to sleep 8h - no problem, You will learn basics of full-stack in 3 months, but this will be basics - look at all that stuff in css, modern js, configs and on the backend security issues... first more comlpex app and you will need config webpack alone or use default mongo driver instead of a mongoose, and i don't see it after 3 months learning.

BUT! If you have the opportunity of full time learning - do it - after that time, learning will be a real pain in the ass (IMHO)

P.S.
Also - as a dev, you learn all the time.

Cheers!

 

Yes, I agree but during this lockdown i am a practical example of this post who is still learning ReactJS and working on projects which i feel the super fast method to learn and grow.
Do check my portfolio website which is under construction..

But i sleep about 10-12 Hrs

 

Yeah - I agree, that it's possible to learn all that in 3 months, if you don't work full time, but it will be far from being professional full-stack dev who need enormous amount of knowledge not only about chosen stack but also about security, optimization, architecture, good practices, etc.

I work with front-end about 10 years, and i can write rest api + mongodb, but it doesn't make me a full-stack - I'm far from that :)

So. Can one learn full-stack basics (or even more than that) in 3 months? Sure, under some circumstances. Can one be a professional/good full-stack developer in 3 months? IMHO only if one is a genius :)