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Skills Required To Become Full Stack Web Developer (.NET)

In this article I have shared some information about skills for Full Stack Developer in .NET

In this article, I would like to share some of the important key skills required to become a Full Stack Web Developer of .NET. In other terms, Full Stack Web Developer is also noted as a Web Stack Developer (Mainly works in Web-based application developments). In this article, we will see the following.
  • Background
  • Skills Required for Full Stack Developers
  • How to Improve my skills 
  • Conclusion 

I thought of sharing my experience "How I became a Full Stack Developer in .NET" . This article is based on my own experience, how I worked hard to become full stack developer and what are the skills I developed to become a Full Stack Developer. If you follow the steps and improve your skills, then you can shine as a better developer than others. 

Definition of Full Stack Developer

A person who is capable to work on the front-end and back-end of an application is known as a Full-Stack Developer. It's not mandatory that you should have a strong knowledge in both Front-end and Back-end. It is enough to be able to work with technologies in front-end and back-end.

Skills required for Full Stack Web Developer

This session covers the very important skills required as follows, 
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Bootstrap 
  • JavaScript 
  • jQuery 
  • AJAX
  • C# (Where our logical operations take place. Here, we are considering .NET, so it's C#) 
  • Database

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, which is used to create web pages. It is one of the most powerful languages to create a website and very simple to learn. The HTML elements are represented by Tags. Those tags are rendered as Page Content on the website. 


CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. It will add look and styles to the HTML tags and as a result, the site looks and feels good. We cannot do styling with HTML tags; this is why we have to use CSS. 


It's a framework which is used for designing a website or web page. It contains HTML and CSS based design templates. 


JavaScript is an object-oriented scripting language. It is open source and cross-platform. Mostly in Web applications, JavaScript is used on Client-Side (DOM). So, whenever the user clicks the submit button, the validation process is done. If the validation is true, then it would be submitted to the web server.


jQuery is a collection of JavaScript library functions. It is also open source and mostly it is designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML. The main purpose of jQuery is to provide an easy way to use JavaScript on websites to make them more interactive and attractive. 


Asynchronous JavaScript And XML (AJAX) is a technique for creating better, faster, and more interactive web applications with the help of XML, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.


C# is an object-oriented language. In our web application, all the logical operations are carried in this part. And also our Database connectivity is done here. The complicated codes are run in C#. 


A database is a structured set of data held in a computer. There many databases such as MS-SQL Server, MySQL Server, Oracle. based on the requirement we have to choose.

Apart from the above-stated technologies, there are some new technologies, such as Node.js, TypeScript, Angular, MVC, .NET Core, which are also used for web application development. But you need not be master of this, but you need to know the basics since these are emerging technologies. You can use these based on your application requirements.

How to improve your skills to become a Full Stack Web Developer

The best only way to become a Full Stack Web Developer is by doing the practical experiments. First, learn the concept, then implement that one. Practice and practice! This is the only key to gaining programming knowledge.


As I stated earlier, you do not want to be the master in all technologies, but you need the capability to work on these technologies. I hope this article was useful. We'll see some other concepts in my next article. 
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