Full Stack Developer Career Track Bootcamp

Get job-ready and fast track your career in Full Stack Development

  • 132 hours of comprehensive hands-on instructor-led training
  • Learn HTML, CSS, Git, .JS, Node, React, MongoDB, end-to-end SDLC and more
  • Immersive learning with cloud labs, auto-graded assignments, social learning and more
  • Free counselling sessions and mentorship to help you accelerate your career in full stack
  • Get free E-learning access to 100+ courses

Why should you be a Full Stack Developer?

Over 1.4 million Job openings

According to Code.org, there will be 1.4 million Full Stack job vacancies in the US by the year 2020.

$135,179 Average salary

According to Indeed, the average salary of a Full Stack Developer is $135,179 per year.

Full Stack Developers are in demand

There will be a 13% cumulative growth rate for Full Stack Developers in 2020, states BLS report. 

More skilled people on a team

Full Stack Developers with the latest knowledge are valued more on a team.

Demand in all the industries

Industries like education, transportation, logistics, healthcare, recreation, etc. hire Full Stack Developers.

Bright career ahead

Full stack Developers have access to wider career opportunities all over the globe.

Why is this bootcamp preferred the most?

  • Learn directly from industry experts
  • Recreate subset features by using popular JavaScript libraries
  • Design popular web pages using HTML5 & CSS3
  • Develop scalable and secured web apis
  • Interact and learn with experiential sessions
  • Learn by doing - Be practical, code more and better
  • Innovative learning tools & animated handouts
  • Learn by asking what, why, and how
  • Challenge yourself with multiple quizzes
  • Collaborative and team-based learning
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Learn by Doing

Hands-on training with guided hands-on exercises, assignments and recall quizzes.

Cloud Labs

Intelligent in-built development editor that simulates the real-world developer experience to build and deploy projects onto cloud.

Auto evaluate your skills

Auto-graded assignments and assessments strengthen and build up your skills and help you track your progress.

Work-like experiences

Gain real-world experiences through projects, and build a portfolio of projects through the course of training.

Gain insights

Learn from the best in the field. Our mentors are all experienced professionals in the fields they teach.

Build your Portfolio

Build a portfolio of real professional projects to demonstrate your abilities and learning in your future projects.

Blended Learning

The best of both worlds: Live instructor-led sessions combined with the flexibility of e-learning anytime, anywhere.

Curriculum

Introduction

  • What is software?
  • What is software development?
  • Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) and its intuition 
Software Requirement and Specification
  • Need for Requirement gathering
  • Difference between Requirement and Specification
  • Non-functional requirements
  • WRSPM Model with example
Software Architecture 
  • Software architecture definition
  • Software architecture models
  • Software architecture process 
Software Design 
  • What is a software design and its objectives
  • Understanding software modularity, coupling and Cohesion
Software Implementation, Rollback, Cutover Strategies, and Deployment 

Software Testing 
  • Introduction to Testing
  • Software testing strategies
  • Software testing perspectives
Software Development Models (Traditional) 
  • Types of model
  • Waterfall model
  • V Model
  • Incremental Model
  • Spiral Model 
Software Development Models (New Age) 
  • Agile model introduction
  • Lean model introduction
  • Deep Dive- Agile methodology
  • Agile Manifesto
  • Agile Values and Principles
  • Pros & Challenges of Agile
  • Agile Vs Waterfall
  • Why Agile?
  • Agile Frameworks
  • Requirement Gathering
  • Estimation & Planning
  • Overview of Scrum
  • Sprint Planning and Tracking
  • Sprint Review, Retrospection & Execution
  • XP and XP vs Scrum
Deep Dive- Lean Methodology 
  • Principle of Lean Manufacturing
  • Lean for software development
  • Lean Vs Agile
  • Lean Principles for Software Development
  • Kanban for Software Development
  • Kaizen
  • Lean Startup
  • Design Thinking & Lean Startup
  • Model Selection: When to use which model?

Introduction to version control

Introduction to GIT

  • What is git
  • Why git
  • Features of git

Install Git

General workflow

Configure git

  • First-Time Git Setup
  • Set email and username
  • Set config editor
  • Checking Your Settings

Setting up a repository

  • Initialize repository  
  • Clone a repository

Inspecting a repository

  • View changes
  • View commits
  • View differences

Saving changes

  • Adding files to stage
  • Committing files to local repo

Introduction to Github

  • What is Github
  • Other alternatives 
  • Creating an account in Github 

Pushing changes & Pulling changes

  • Push changes to remote repo
  • Pull changes

Undoing Commits & Changes

  • Reverting the changes to a commit
  • Reset changes from stage

Branching in GIT

  • Create a branch
  • Checkout branches
  • Merge branches 

Introduction to Web Development

  • What is HTML
  • What is CSS 
  • Setting up the environment
  • Hello World! 
  • Using VS Code with Live reload 
  • Using Emmet and online tools 
  • Using Chrome developer tools

Introduction to HTML

  • HTML elements and Tags 
  • Singular and Paired tags
  • Structure of an HTML page 
  • Heading and Paragraph Tags
  • Attributes in HTML 
  • Images 
  • Links - Internal and External
  • Lists 
  • Tables 
  • The style attribute
  • Colors in HTML
  • HTML5 semantic tags
  • HTML5 audio and video tags

Forms and Inputs

  • The Form tag 
  • Using the label tag
  • HTML Input tag
  • Select and TextArea 
  • Buttons
  • Datalist 
  • Building a contact form

Introduction to CSS

  • Using the style tag 
  • Targeting HTML elements 
  • Targeting nested HTML elements 
  • Using external stylesheets 
  • Overriding CSS Styles 
  • Common CSS Properties 
  • CSS units 
  • The CSS Box Model
  • More CSS Properties
  • CSS Pseudo-classes

Advanced CSS

  • CSS Positioning - Static, Relative and Absolute 
  • CSS Positioning - Fixed and Sticky 
  • CSS Pseudo-elements ::before and ::after 
  • CSS Variables 
  • Custom fonts in CSS 
  • Importing external stylesheets 

Transitions and Animations

  • What are CSS Transitions  
  • Basic Transitions and CSS properties 
  • CSS Animations and CSS properties
  • Defining Keyframes

Responsive Web design

  • Media queries
  • What is CSS Flexbox?
  • Creating rows and columns
  • More flexbox properties
  • What is CSS Grid Layout?
  • Rows and Columns in Grid
  • Allocating cells 
  • Grid template areas 
  • Building a responsive image gallery 

Project

  • Project overview and setup 
  • Building the menu and footer 
  • Building the banner 
  • Building divs for text and quote 
  • Using Flexbox for Projects section 
  • About page with gallery 
  • Building the Projects page 
  • Building the Contact page  

Introduction to JavaScript  

  • Introduction to JavaScript  
  • What is JavaScript and Its Use?   
  • How JavaScript Engines Works?  
  • Basic syntax, RunJs  
  • JavaScript Vs ECMAScript  
  • Introduction to code editors - Visual Studio Code Editor  

Fundamentals of  JavaScript  

  • Variables, Constant, Assignment  
  • JavaScript Using Normal Vs Strict Mode  
  • Data Types - Primitive Types and Objects  
  • JavaScript - String and String Methods  
  • null, undefined, not defined, NaN  
  • Performing Data Type Conversions  

JavaScript Operators 

  • Assignment, Arithmetic Operators 
  • Comparison, Conditional Operators 
  • in, of and ternary Operator 
  • Standard and Strict Equality Operators: Double Equal and Triple Equal   
  • JavaScript - Null Coalescing Operator 

JavaScript Array and Object 

  • JavaScript Arrays - Pop, Push, Shift, Unshift  
  • Array Helpers – Map, Reduce, Sort and forEach  
  • JavaScript Object and Symbol Type 
  • JSON – JavaScript Object Notation 

JavaScript Function and Error Handling 

  • JavaScript Function and Types of function 
  • Function Declaration Vs Expression 
  • Closures and Scope 
  • Constructor, This Keyword and Prototyping 
  • Rest Parameters and Spread Syntax 
  • Errors Handling and Types Errors 
  • Error Handling Try-Catch-finally
  • Throwing Custom Errors with throw 

Dom Manipulation and HTML5 API  

  • What is Dom Manipulation and DOM Objects?  
  • Create, Modifying DOM Element  
  • Accessing Dom Element - querySelector & querySelectorAll  
  • document By XXX Method  
  • Working with Events 
  • Geolocation APIs - Methods and Implementation  
  • HTML Web Storage – localStorage and sessionStorage  
  • HTML5 Drag / Drop APIs - Methods and Implementation 

JavaScript Asynchronous Programming  

  • Asynchronous Programming  
  • Callbacks and Their Implementation  
  • Promises and Promises Implementation  
  • Async/await and Its Implementation  
  • Generator and Its Implementation  
  • Async Generator and Its Implementation 

JavaScript Classes  

  • Class Basic Syntax and Implementation  
  • Class Inheritance  
  • Static Properties and Methods  
  • Private and Protected Properties and Methods  
  • Modules and Export, Import 

Map, Set, and Destructuring 

  • Introduction to Map and Set 
  • Map and Set: Implementation 
  • Map and Set: Iterations 
  • Destructuring assignment  

Remote Data and Servers

  • Working with remote data and RESTful APIs
  • Using AJAX
  • Using the Fetch API
  • Working with third-party APIs & services 

 Transpilation & Bundling 

  • JavaScript - Transpilation 
  • JavaScript - Low Cross Browser Compatibility 
  • Babel as JavaScript Transpiler  
  • Parcel – Introduction and Bundling JavaScript Files 
  • Webpack – Introduction and Bundling JavaScript Files

Introduction to React 

  • What is React?  
  • Hello React   
  • Using the create-react-app   

Components   

  • What are Components?   
  • Types of Components   
  • JSX   

State & Props  

  • What is State?  
  • Stateful Function Components with Hooks  
  • What are props?  
  • Type Checking with Prop Types  

 Rendering Lists   

  • Using the map function to render lists   
  • The “key” attribute   
  • Using Fragments   

Components Revisited   

  • Lifecycle of a Component   
  • Side effects & Lifecycle   
  • Managing cleanup   
  • Events   
  • Error Management   

Building Forms   

  • Controlled Form Components  
  • Uncontrolled Form Components   
  • Handling inputs efficiently   
  • Project - Building a currency converter   

Render Props & Higher Order Components   

  • Render Props   
  • Higher Order Components   

Portals   

  • Introduction to Portals   
  • Event bubbling in Portals   

Global & Shared Data  

  • Unidirectional Data Flow   
  • Challenges with Props   
  • The Context API   

Hooks in Focus 

  • Understanding Hooks   
  • The useState hook   
  • Side effects using the useEffect hook   
  • The useContext hook   
  • The useReducer hook   
  • Writing your own hook   

Routing in a React App  

  • Routing in a React application   
  • Routing with React Router   
  • Nested Routes & Parameters   
  • Protecting Routes   

Code Splitting   

  • Code splitting & Suspense   
  • Route Based Code Splitting & Lazy Loading   

Isomorphic React   

  • Server Side Rendering   
  • SSR with React - Setup & Server   
  • SSR with React - The Toolchain   

State Management using Redux   

  • State Management & Redux   
  • Setting up Redux   
  • Actions & Reducer for the Catalog   
  • Using the connect() higher order function   
  • Actions & Reducer for the Cart   
  • Using Redux Hooks   
  • Implementing Middleware & Persistence   

Testing Components   

  • Introduction to Testing   
  • Using Jest with Test Utils from React-DOM   
  • Using Jest with the React Testing Library   
  • Using Jest with Enzyme   

Epilogue  

  • The React ecosystem 

Get started with Node.JS 

  • Node.js Introduction 
  • Applications of Node.js and Installation 
  • First Node.js Script
  • Synchronous and Asynchronous Programming 
  • Under the hood - Understanding the event loop & Non-Blocking I/O

 Interactive Node with REPL 

  • REPL and REPL Commands 
  • Node.js CLI Commands  
  • Global and Local Objects  

Modular Programming & NPM  

  • Introduction to Modules   
  • Process and OS Modules   
  • Writing Your Own Module  
  • Introducing NPM  
  • Initializing a Project Using npm init  
  • Understanding package.json  
  • Installing & using packages from npm  
  • Local vs.Global Install  
  • Using NPX  
  • Publishing Package on npm  

Introduction to ECMAScript Modules - An experimental implementation 

  • ECMAScript Modules Versus CommonJS Modules 
  • Enabling support 
  • Writing an ECMAScript Module 
  • Importing and Using an ECMAScript Module 
  • ES6 syntax in detail 

File System & Streams  

  • File System Modeling in Node.js  
  • Directory and Path Resolution  
  • Reading Files Synchronously and Asynchronously   
  • Writing Files Synchronously and Asynchronously   
  • Directory operations  

 Streams  

  • Understanding Streams  
  • Reading a File Using Readable Stream  
  • Writing a file using Writable Streams  
  • Transform Streams  
  • Streams vs Files  

 Events  

  • Event Emitter  
  • Handling Events  

 Network I/O  

  • Introduction to the Net module  
  • Creating a TCP Server & Listener  
  • Creating a command line chatbot  

Web Servers & More 

  • Web Server: Web Application Architecture  
  • HTTP module  
  • Making HTTP requests  
  • Serve JSON as response  
  • Serve HTML as response  
  • Building a basic web server with routes and streams: Serve a static website  
  • Using HTTPS  
  • Using HTTP/2 
  • Understanding CORS  

Debugging in NodeJS  

  • Introduction to debugging  
  • Debug node js apps  

Cluster & Worker Threads  

  • Introduction to the Worker Threads API  
  • Handling compute intensive tasks using Worker Threads  
  • Node.js on multi-core CPUs using Cluster  

Introduction to Express  

  •  What is a Node.js web application framework? 
  •  BYOF - Build Your Own Framework  
  • Introducing Express  
  • Who uses Express?  
  • Hello Express  
  • Your first Express app  
  • Adding a route handler  
  • Serving Static Assets & HTML files  

Rendering  

  • View Engine – Pug  
  • Building the Dashboard  
  • Building the Post Card.  

Middleware  

  • What is middleware?  
  • Parsing incoming requests  
  • Logging with Morgan  
  • Using the express-session middleware  
  • Compression & Your own middleware  

Routing  

  • Modular routing with Express Router  
  • Organizing routes  
  • Dynamic Routing & Route parameters  
  • Basic route protection using middleware  

Database Integration  

  • Working with MongoDB Atlas  
  • Setting up Mongoose ODM  
  • Building the Users schema & model  
  • Building the Posts schema & model  
  • Serving the client web application  

 Authentication, Controllers, and APIs  

  • Signing up an Admin & Password Hashing  
  • Admin Authentication - Controller and Route  
  • Authentication API - Controller and Routes  
  • Posts API - Controller and Routes  
  • Profanity Filtering and Post Moderation  

 Caching & Performance  

  • Setting up Redis for caching  
  • Caching and Serving Content  
  • Configuring Redis as the session store  

Protecting Express apps  

  • Handling untrusted data  
  • Preventing XSS & CSRF    

Deployment E PROJECT  

  • Deploying a Node and Express app on Heroku  

Getting Started- Introduction to MongoDB   

  • What Is NoSQL Database  
  • Types of No SQL Databases  
  • Introduction to MongoDB  
  • What is BSON?  
  • Use case of MongoDB  
  • MongoDB in Windows  
  • MongoDB on Ubuntu  
  • MongoDB on MAC OS  
  • MongoDB Cloud-Atlas  
  • Setup MongoDB Environment  

MongoDB Fundamentals  

  • What is a database?  
  • Create Database - Demo  
  • MongoDB Architecture  
  • What is a collection?  
  • Collections and Capped Collections - Demo  
  • What is a document?  
  • Document Structure  
  • The _id field  
  • Data Types  
  • Mongo Shell  
  • Mongo Shell - Demo   

CRUD Operations  

  • Inserting Data  
  • Querying Data using find() & findOne()  
  • Basics of Querying Data - Demo  
  • Querying Complex Data - Demo  
  • Querying Null Values - Demo  
  • The flavors of find – Atomic operations (Update & Delete)  
  • Updating Data - Demo  
  • Duplicate Data - Demo  
  • Replace One - Demo  
  • DeleteOne - Demo  
  • DeleteMany - Demo  
  • Dropping a Collection  

Schema Design and Modelling  

  • Data Modelling Schemas  
  • MongoDB Data Model and Relationships  
  • Scenario-based examples  

Advanced Operations  

  • Sorting 
  • Sorting - Demo  
  • Limiting records  
  • Limit Data - Demo  
  • Skip Data - Demo  
  • Indexing  
  • Indexes - Demo  
  • Different Types of Indexing  
  • Aggregation  
  • Aggregation Pipeline - Demo  
  • Aggregation MapReduce - Demo  

Replication and Sharding  

  • Why Replication?   
  • Sharding  
  • Create Backup  

Administration and Security  

  • Backup and Restore Operations  
  • Backup - Demo  
  • Restore - Demo  
  • Import and Export Operations  
  • Import and Export Operations - Demo  
  • Monitor Resource Utilization  
  • Query Optimization and Optimization Properties  
  • Query Optimization - Demo  
  • Security Concepts in MongoDB  
  • MongoDB Security  

MongoDB with other Applications  

  • Various API drivers available for MongoDB  
  • Integration with Node.js  
  • Integration with Node.js - Demo  
  • Integration with Java  
  • Integration with Java - Demo  
  • Integration with Python  
  • Integration with Python - Demo  

Cloud Deployment with AWS 

  • Introduction to the AWS platform
  • Overview of a Deployment Pipeline on AWS
  • Understanding compute platform EC2
  • Understanding Identity Access and Management (IAM)
  • Network fundamentals with ELB, RDS, Route 53 and Cloudfront
  • Understanding CloudFormation
  • Understanding CodeCommit and CodeBuild
  • Using CodeDeploy and CodePipeline
  • Managing deployments using CloudWatch 

Background to Agile 

  • The day in the life of a Project Manager 
  • The day in the life of a Project Team Member 
  • The need for change 
  • Traditional Projects vs Agile Projects 

Agile Basics 

  • Agile Manifesto 
  • Values 
  • Principles 
  • Pillars of Agile 

Business Inputs 

  • User Stories - definition 
  • Business Value 
  • Definition 
  • Prioritizing 
  • Minimum Viable Product (MVP) / MMF 
  • Shaping up user stories (the 3Cs) 
  • INVEST Criteria 
  • User Story Maturity 

Agile Variants 

  • Scrum (very high-level) 
  • Kanban 
  • XP 
  • DSDM 
  • Scrum-ban 
  • Lean 
  • Feature Driven Development 
  • PI chart on usage 

APM Framework 

  • Process Map 
  • Process Steps need, deliverables & activities 
  • Envision 
  • Speculate 
  • Explore 
  • Adapt 
  • Close 

Introducing Scrum 

  • The Scrum Guide 
  • Popularity of Scrum 

Scrum Building Blocks 

  • Event, Artifacts, and roles 
  • Scrum at a glance 
  • 3 Scrum roles 
  • Other stakeholders 
  • Project Manager 
  • Agile Coach 
  • 3 artifacts 
  • 5 events 

Agile Estimation 

  • Estimation Basics 
  • Agile Estimation Practices 
  • Planning Poker 
  • Types of Agile Estimates 

Agile Planning 

  • Breaking the myth 
  • Product Planning 
  • Release Planning 
  • Iteration Planning 

Monitoring & Tracking 

  • Information Radiators 
  • Burn-down chart 
  • Burn-up chart 
  • CFD 

Agile Metrics & Agile Tools 

  • Agile Metrics 
  • Agile Tools

Scaling Agile

  • Why we need to scale Agile
  • Agile @ Scale flavors
  • SAFe®
  • DAD
  • LeSS

Careers in Agile

  • Agile certifications
  • Enterprise Agile 

Topics

Industry-relevant capstone project under experienced industry-expert mentor

Learning Objectives

The highlight of the bootcamp is an industry-centric and comprehensive capstone project that you will get to work on, under the experienced eye of our industry expert mentor. This guided group project shall bring together your understanding of the full stack architecture as you go from vision to deployment of a realistic full stack application, encompassing all essential milestones that are encountered in a production setting. This shall equip you to handle real-world scenarios from the get-go.

Overview & Software Requirement Specification

Welcome to a post-pandemic world where working from home is the new norm. As the enterprise transforms from traditional to the new world order, there is a critical and urgent need to track work hours & tasks being put in by employees working from home.

This is necessary to give the organizations a clear and concise insight into the work being put in by the employees as well as to optimize workload because the home office environment is vividly different than a traditional office environment.

At the same time, employees also need a way to track their own tasks for optimally managing their team. This is why we need to build a web application named Optimus that manages time and helps us optimize our tasks and work.

The application should: 

  • Enable users and managers to create accounts using their e-mail address and a password and consequently allow them to signup and sign out. 
  • Enable users to log in a task and the amount of time spent on the task. In doing so, it should ask for the task description (in <100 words), set a priority slider, amount of time spent, and the ability to tag co-workers/managers, etc. who were associated with the task.  
  • Allow setting up repetitive tasks like daily huddle calls, an ongoing project so they’re logged automatically. The title of the online/phone call, tentative duration, start and end date (or on-going for events that do not have an end date), and co-workers/managers involved should be logged, after which the system should automatically log the duration. Once logged, the user should be able to extend, reduce the time spent on a given day, or cancel the event. 
  • For every repetitive task or project, the system should also provide an optional (enabled at the time of setting up a new repetitive task) Kanban board for tracking stages of a task (To Do - In Progress - Ready for Approval - Approved - Completed/Deployed) 
  • Users should be able to see bar graphs by day/week/month to monitor the number of hours spent on tasks using a dashboard. 
  • Managers should be able to set up teams of employees from the pool of users registered and monitor the amount of time they’re spending on tasks using a graph/chart format using the manager’s dashboard. 

Tools  

The application should be built using the following technologies and tools:  

  • The core web application should be built using React & Redux  
  • The API servicing the React application should be built using Express.  
  • All data related to the application should be stored using MongoDB  
  • Use GIT for version control and store your application in a private repository on Github  
  • Use Docker to containerize the application for deployment on AWS or Google Cloud or Azure.  
  • You may use external/third party libraries for charts/graphs and other functionality as needed. 

Evaluation

The final submitted solution shall be evaluated on the following points:  

  • Adherence to the SRS
  • The user experience and workflow 
  • Code quality and the use of optimized functions, ES6 & above, modular programming, and the overall architecture of the solution. 
  • Deployment strategy 

Project Description

Build an e-commerce website for a boutique coffee company named Wakecup and deploy it on the cloud. The company sells coffee beans and powder, sourced from hand-picked plantations. The website should list various blends that the company offers, allowing users to select a quantity and the type of roast to order. Once the orders are received, the company should be able to manage them using an administrative dashboard, allowing a manager to update inventory, receive orders, and update their status as it goes from order acceptance to dispatch. The application should allow users to create their own accounts or social media login using Google.

Project Description

Build and deploy an online classroom management system called that allows teachers to connect with students as they study from home using video lectures. The application should allow teachers to create classes including task-specific cohorts to assign projects. Teachers should be able to post daily homework in the form of rich text descriptions with images and file attachments and consequently allow students to hand-in completed work using their personal accounts. The application should also offer a class and cohort-specific feed where students and teachers can interact as a public forum for collaborative discussions. Teachers should also be able to attach points to the task as a reward for completing it on time and the students should be able to monitor the points that they've accumulated. Account creation should be private and only teachers should be permitted to invite students using their e-mail IDs to create accounts. 

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Eligibility

    No prior knowledge required
    • The bootcamp has been designed to allow learners of varied backgrounds to understand and master Full stack development. There are no specific prerequisites.
    Software requirements 
    • An IDE or a code editor like Microsoft VSCode, Sublime Text or similar
    • A web browser such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Firefox

    System requirements 

    • Any workstation or laptop with Internet access, with at least 8Gb of RAM 
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The course material was designed very well. It was one of the best workshops I have ever attended in my career. Knowledgehut is a great place to learn new skills. The certificate I received after my course helped me get a great job offer. The training session was really worth investing.

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Hillie Takata

Senior Systems Software Enginee
Attended Agile and Scrum workshop in August 2020

FAQS

Finance related

Yes, we do have an installment option available for the course fees. To avail installments, please get in touch with us at support@knowledgehut.com.  Our dedicated team will help you with how installments work and would provide the timelines for your specific scenario.

Cancellation:
If for any reason, you are unable to attend the course and want a refund prior to the course commencement date, we will gladly refund the full amount.

Withdrawal:
If you want to discontinue within the first 2 days, we will still proceed with the 100% refund.

Transfer:
We would also be happy to transfer your registration to another Bootcamp. In such a case, a refund cannot be processed.


In case you are unable to attend the course don't worry! We will be happy to give you back the full amount prior to the course commencement date. Even if you want to discontinue within the first two days of the Bootcamp we will still proceed with the 100% refund.

Yes, for a group of 3-5 participants a discount of 15% is available. 

Online Training experience

The training conducted is interactive in nature and easy to learn, focusing on hands-on practical training, use case discussions, and quizzes. In order to improve your online training experience, our trainers use an extensive set of collaborative tools and techniques.

You can attend the training and learn from anywhere in the world through the more preferred, virtual live and interactive training.

It is live and interactive training led by an instructor in a virtual classroom.

You will receive a registration link to your email id from our training delivery team. Just log in from your PC or other device.

There would be a maximum of 8 participants in each workshop.

If it happens that you miss a class, then you can opt for any of the following two options:

  1. Watch the online recording of the session
  2. Attend another live batch.

Post Bootcamp Experience

After completion of the Bootcamp, we will provide you with career counseling services, where you can interact with our mentors in order to seek guidance for profile building. Our mentors will be there for your support on Slack even after the Bootcamp has concluded. Moreover, you can get your projects reviewed by them, and work with them toward building a better CV/Resume.

Individuals who graduate from our boot camps are well prepared for job of full stack developer and can find employment in almost any industry.

Attendees will receive a certificate of completion. But, it will be given only upon completing the final project and meeting certain attendance and code quality criteria.
More than certification, it is the core skills and portfolio that would be of more help to you which will also help you advance in your career.
KnowledgeHut trainers are remarkably qualified industry experts having several years of relevant industry experience. Our unlimited mentoring and support will help you understand the concepts in-depth and overcome the challenges you may face.  The career support you will receive includes the following:
  • Get career counselling from our mentors, who will also help you build a personal brand of your own
  • Get assisted by mentors to build a better portfolio, CV or resume, Linkedin Profile, Github Profile, etc.
  • Mock technical interviews will also be conducted to boost your confidence
  • One-on-One post-interview review and feedback outreach
  • Moreover, our mentors and instructors are always there to guide you through the course and your project work with the latest materials to help you understand the concepts clearly. Get unlimited mentor support until you land your dream job as a Full Stack Developer.

Full Stack Development

Full-Stack Development

Full-stack development includes the development of both front-end i.e. client-side and back-end i.e. server-side development of an application. This web development process comprises of three layers: 

  • Presentation layer- this layer consists of the front end part that deals with the user interface 
  • Business Logic layer- this layer consists of the back end part that deals with the data validation
  • Database layer- this layer consists of the database that will act as storage, a repository of information from the front-end through the logic layer

 Full-stack web development involves all the steps from ideation to the finished (ready) product. For companies, hiring a skilled professional to work on each different web development stage can be more complex and expensive. So, companies prefer to hire candidates who are skilled in working across multiple stacks.

A full-stack developer is also referred to as a full-stack engineer, and is a skilled professional who can build complete apps and websites. A full-stack developer handles all types of databases, system engineering, server & client-side programming, depending on the customer's needs. These developers are capable of working on all the modules of development, i.e. from frontend to backend, to database, debugging and testing an app. Therefore, the full stack developers are highly in demand because of their expertise in handling more tasks.

A full-stack developer has the ability to work on all the facets involved in developing any kind of application. A full-stack developer bears high responsibilities. Full-Stack development skills are difficult to learn and an individual who possesses these skills is in great demand in the industry today. Here is a summary of the responsibilities of the full-stack developer:  

  • Writing an optimized front-end code in JavaScript, HTML, and core Java
  • Designing an API and writing back-end code in Ruby, Python/Java
  • Securing an app
  • Working with system infrastructure that includes OS and hardware
  • Understanding, creating and querying databases
  • Client coordination and Project management 
  • Developing strategies for every stage of the app development process

A skilled Full Stack Developer should have functional knowledge and the ability to manage every aspect involved in app development. Let’s see the skills required to become a full-stack developer:

  • You should be flexible with handling multiple programming languages like JAVA, PHP, C#, Python, Ruby, Perl, etc. 
  • You should know how to use third-party libraries such as JQuery, LESS, SASS, AngularJS, or REACT and various development frameworks like JAVA Spring, Hibernate, Python Django, NodeJs express and so on    
  • You should be proficient in some basic front-end technologies including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript 
  • Other required full-stack developer skills include knowledge of databases like MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Oracle, SQLServer, etc. in order to store data
  • An individual is required to know the basic design skills such as  prototype design, UI design, UX design
  • Other professional skill-sets include-
  • An ability to think globally
  • Good communication skills
  • Creativity and curiosity to learn new things
  • Time management skills

Today, the role of a Full-stack developer is one of the  most sought-after job roles in leading companies, and the demand for skilled professionals is expected to grow exponentially beyond 2019. One can choose a career as a Full-stack developer for the following reasons:

          • Full-stack developers are in great demand due to their diversified coding skills
          • The  average salary for a Full Stack Developer is $109,791 per year in the United States
          • A  career in full-stack development is projected to grow 34% by the year 2026
          • Full-stack web development is easy to learn if you are familiar with the basics of HTML, JavaScript, Node.js, etc. concepts
          • Companies like Apple, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Mercedes, Catalyst Solutions, Cisco Systems Inc., etc hire Full-Stack developers

          As a full-stack developer can work on all aspects of software development, many companies are offering more full-stack developer jobs today. Since their demand is more, they are getting paid top dollar for their services. In the United States, Full Stack Developers are earning an  average of $ 109,748 per year and in India, they can earn an average of ₹971,465/yr. The salary of a full-stack developer varies depending on the geographic region and the skills they possess.

          To become a full-stack developer, you need to have a basic understanding of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Git. Here is a suggested learning path to become a full-stack developer:

          1. Register for a full-stack developer course from a good training institute
          2. Diligently undertake every module of the course
          3. Learn the basics of programming required to become a full-stack developer
          4. Practice your skills on several popular platforms to enhance your full-stack developer career 
          5. Earn a certification which demonstrates your achievement
          6. Advance your skills with a Full-Stack development certification

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