Want to improve your front-end and back-end skills as a .NET developer? This course is for you! In Part 2 of the "Become a Full-stack .NET Developer" series, you'll cover advanced topics like CRUD operations, object-oriented design, and more.
If you're a .NET developer who wants to increase your confidence in converting more complex requirements into working software with elegant design and implementation, end to end, this course is for you. This course, Become a Full-stack .NET Developer - Advanced Topics, is the second part in "Become a Full-stack .NET Developer" series. In the first part, you built the core uses for your mini social networking application, GigHub. In this next part, first you'll implement the CRUD operations and a notification system that is similar to Facebook notifications. You'll also learn a lot about object-oriented design, building APIs, and using Bootstrap components to build modern applications on both the front end and back end. Finally, you'll cover topics such as handling Bootstrap events and implementing searches. By the end of this course, you'll have a handle on even the most complex aspects of .NET development so that you can make software that's fantastic on both the front-end and back-end.
Hi everyone, my name is Mosh Hamedani and welcome to the second part of my course Become a Full-stack .NET Developer.
I am a software engineer and author with 15 years of professional experience.
The demand for full-stack developers who are comfortable with both front-end and back-end development is increasing constantly, and in fact, some companies only hire full-stack developers.
In the first part of this course, we explored the core front-end and back-end skills that every full-stack .NET developer must know. In this part, we’re going to extend our social networking application and implement a few advanced use cases like a notification system, similar to what you see on Facebook.
Some of the major topics that we will cover include:
Building modern user-interfaces with Bootstrap
Building back-end APIs, and
By the end of this part you’re going to go from a junior-level developer to an intermediate-level developer and get prepared for the next part where we explore clean architecture and automated testing.
Before beginning this course, ideally you should have watched the first part because there I’ve covered a lot of concepts and techniques. So if you’re new to this series, you may wonder why I’ve done things in a certain way, or you may think I’m coding too fast. If that’s case, then you really need to go back and watch the first part. Also, you should be familiar with ASP.NET MVC 5 and Entity Framework 6.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn full-stack development with Become a Full-stack .NET Developer course, at Pluralsight.