Master Full-Stack Web Development | Node, SQL, React, & More
$109.99 Track price
Why should you take this course?
With five minutes, allow me to explain why.
This is the course that I needed before becoming a software engineer
This is the course that I needed before becoming a full–time software engineer, working downtown in San Francisco. It teaches the concepts that I put into practice every day. It’s crucial to understand the entire full–stack.
But while I was self–learning, covering every layer full–stack was like searching for distant fragments of a huge puzzle. All the resources were spread out. They were all in different locations.
I needed it all in one place. I needed it to be all in one project. That is the purpose of this course.
This course is the selected highlights of months (years actually) of research. Of reading hundreds of coding articles. Of listening to tech talks. Of building projects at hackathons. Of studying computer science in college. Of working on projects as a software engineer.
All in one place. In one all–encompassing project.
Feature–focused, like the Industry
The project in this course mirrors projects that you would work on in the industry.
I also structured the project development to mirror how apps are built in the industry. You will evolve your full–stack project, just like how projects in the real world grow. You will be feature–focused.
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Olav Z –
I’ve waited more than a month for a single reply to my question
Edward McCready –
Luke Graf –
Tutorial are clear and concise. No complaints. 🙂
Abdul Manaf –
clear and good so far
Pierre–Luc Painchaud –
Very good training I like it!
Pierre Luc Painchaud –
Very good training I like it!
Thomas Asuncion –
The instructor knows his stuff but is often spending too much time about the ‘philosophy’ and ‘concepts’ of certain programming practices rather than explaining the code in further detail. He also tends to go on too many random tangents about what he’s seen in the field which, to be frank, I don’t care about. We’re assuming you’re teaching us something relevant, no need to over emphasize it in the video taking up precious video time. A couple pointers on bad practice vs. good practice is fine, but the redundancy in this video is insane.
Kristina Malmqvist –
The tempo is perfect, i like that each video is short in time and that you can go back and forth. I also like the combination of theory and hands on programming. And the fact that you get to see how far you’ve made it in the course by showing the progress in percentage is a nice detail!
Howard Tai –
I like the fact that students got to build their own apps from scratch and learn by getting your hands dirty. The pace is good and I am spending more time debugging than taking the lecture (mostly my own typos, but some are due to outdated/improved packages). In a nutshell, it’s a good course in general but some students may be better to use some newer concepts (async & await instead of then/catch (a bit difficult), redux@toolkit for quick starter and pg promise based on node pg which are third party packages I highly recommend to take a look at)
Emanuel Siu –
so far still on the fence if I’m going to learn what I need…
Soeren Ganik –
Its a great course!
Cam G –
Awesome class. I’ll be honest, I was hesitant taking a Udemy class from an lesser known instructor. But man was I wrong, this was well worth taking and I learned so much in the process. Thank you!
Chin Kuay –
Joshua Aaron Beaty –
Avoid course don’t spend your money here, you’ll be pulling your hair out the entire time trying to figure out how to fix issues in the code that were part of the tutorial.
S Kannan Sundaramurthy –
yeah, its great to have this course
Popescu Daniel –
This course doesn’t have any sort of support for Windows users. Commands, scripts etc are simply not there. Lots of questions about support for Windows support inside not answered or solved. At about lesson 40 I just gave up. Stay away from it if you’re planning on using Windows.
Lara Me –
Explain really deep and good!