Crampete

What you'll learn

  • Become a back end developer
  • You will learn the hottest NoSQL database which is MongoDB
  • You will learn NosqJS which is the most in-demand backend programming framework
  • You will learn from coding till deployment
  • You will do 5 back end projects from development to deployment
  • You will do a full fledged capstone project
  • Add more than 5 tools to your CV

Requirements

  • You will need a laptop/ computer to use our web app or mobile phone to use our mobile app to learn lessons through our videos.
  • Make sure you install all tools mentioned in the getting started video.
  • No previous experience required. All our courses are designed to cater all levels from beginners to advanced.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

To become a back end developer, the learning path has three skills: 1) data structures and algorithms, 2) a programming language and a framework, and 3) the basics of databases.

Web developers learn back end development by enrolling in an online course, acquiring skills through self-study or "on-the-job".

There are many back end web development certifications in the market. Crampete's Back End Developer Online Certification Course has unique features like: 100% practical training, capstone project, five mini-projects, 15 hands-on projects and a money-back guarantee.

Not necessarily. Some people are naturally inclined towards the front end and some prefer back end. But more ambitious programmers choose to become full stack web developers and get the edge in the marketplace.

According to Glassdoor, a job search and review site, the average base pay for a back end developer is Rs.8,00,000 per year. For front end developers, the average base pay stands at Rs.5,66,000 per year (as of 16, April 2020). Clearly, back end developers earn more than front end developers.

You cannot call one set of skills better or inferior than the other. Front end skills like HTML, CSS, JavaScript help you develop the user-facing side of the application. Back end skills like Node.js, Python and MongoDB allow you to design the business logic and pull data from the database. Both skills are interdependent.

Different languages are useful in different situations. Python and Ruby offer excellent readability and modest learning curves and hence, suited for beginning programmers. Node.js, which uses JavaScript, allows logic and methodologies to be shared across the entire webstack – giving it a unique edge over others.

Both the languages have their own pros and cons. The choice of the language clearly depends on what you need: Python offers stability, consistency and easy coding for machine learning projects, big data solutions, and scientific apps. On the other hand, Node.js, which uses JavaScript, provides excellent performance and speed features for chatting and real-time applications. It is handy in developing solutions for e-commerce business, heavy apps, and multi-vendor marketplaces.

In India, the average base pay for a back end developer, according to Glassdoor.com is Rs.8,00,000 per year (as of 16, April 2020)

Absolutely. You can learn all the back end skills – server-side programming languages, frameworks, and databases – completely online. We've created this course for this exact purpose. By completing this course, you can confidently apply for back end developer jobs.

    Course Features

  • Videos200
  • Quizzes 100
  • Duration125
  • Handson Labs15
  • Cram Projects 5
  • LanguageEnglish
  • AssessmentsYes

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