As a typical fullstack developer, you will develop
applications (the frontend and backend) on a small team. Or, if you are on a large team,
will likely work on one or more aspects (front or backend, for example, or help with
both) of large
applications. You may develop the frontend using modern frameworks like React.js,
Angular.js, and Ember.js, and build custom algorithms and eCommerce solutions,
create APIs and
RESTful services (for both web apps and mobile apps), and deploy and manage server and
database infrastructure, as well as turn designs and wireframes into real-world frontend
Choose this Career Path If any of the Following Applies to You
- You want a high-paying job working on **all aspects** of
the web development
interfaces to complex algorithms and database and user authentication code on
- You want to develop a startup on your own from scratch.
- You like to operate solo and prefer to build complete
on your own; you want to develop complete modern applications—the frontend
(including design UI/UX design) and the backend (including database)—that work
on all platforms and devices.
- Read More
What You will Learn
You will learn everything noted in Career Path 3 (Advanced Frontend Developer) and
Career Path 4 (Advanced Backend Developer); indeed, this career path (Career Path 5:
Advanced Fullstack Developer) comprises everything from Career Paths 3 and 4.
Course 1: Command Line for Web Developers
Course 2: Git and GitHub, Part 1
Course 3: Communicating Powerfully and Effectively for Success in the Digital Age
Course 5: Intro to UI Web Development
Course 6A: Mastering the IDE: WebStorm
Mastering the Programming Editor: Sublime Text
Course 7: Math for Web Developers, Part 1
Course 8: Mastering UI/UX Design: Creating Winnable Interfaces and Experiences
Course 9: Mastering UI Web Development
Course 11: Math for Web Developers, Part 2
Course 13A: The Art of Programming, Part 1
Course 13B: The Art of Programming, Part 2
Architecting Frontend Web Applications, Part 1
Course 16: Frontend Framework: React.js in Depth *
Course 17: Frontend Framework: Ember.js in Depth *
Course 18: Deploying, Production, and Post Production
Course 19: Advanced Problem-Solving, Algorithms, and Data Structures
Course 22: Introduction to Databases and Database Admin
Course 23: Art of Backend Development
Course 24: Introduction to DevOps
MongoDB In Depth: Beginner to Advanced and Beyond *
Course 26: PostgreSQL In Depth: Beginner to Advanced and Beyond *
Course 27: Building and Deploying a Sophisticated Web Application
Course 1000: Grit and the Secrets to Success
Course 2000: Intangibles for a Successful Career
Course 5000: Doing the Extraordinary: Building and Launching Your Pinnacle Project
* You get to choose between Courses 16 and
17, and also
between courses 25 and 26.
Projects You Build
In addition to completing more than three dozen complex
projects (many of which will be
used in the real world), you will build three significant web
application that will be used to solve real problems. For your final assignment, you
will get the opportunity to do something
What You Will Be Able to Do After You Graduate
You will be so comprehensively educated, so completely
prepared for jobs, and so
qualified and proficient, that you will be both envied and respected by your
colleagues and both appreciated and well compensated by your employer. You will
of the major frontend frameworks (either React or Ember), jQuery, algorithms,
accessibility, web app architecture, server infrastructure, UI/UX Development, HTML
and CSS, Sass, solving programming challenges, software development principles, and
experience with some other related web technologies, and more. We estimate that
developers know. You will even learn math for web developers, problem-solving
skills, effective communication, intangibles for success, and how to succeed in your
career and in life in general.
Read the What You Will Be Able to Do After You
Graduate sections under
Career Paths 3 and 4 for more. Remember, the Advanced Fullstack Developer career
path encompasses Career Paths 3 and 4.
Jobs You May Qualify For: Fullstack
Engineer, Node.js Developer, Frontend Developer, UI/UX Engineer, Angular (or React)
Developer, MongoDB (or PostgreSQL) Developer
Range of Salary for Backend Developers: $65,000–$165,0000
Firms in big cities such as San Francisco, New
York, Los Angeles,
and London pay considerably more than firms in smaller cities and villages, hence
the wide salary range.
Salary Sources: Glassdoor.com
Total Time to Graduate
11 to 13 months (recommended study time: 3–4 hours a day)
When Does this Career Path Begin?
- Standard Payment (get $3,000 bonus when you graduate)
- Monthly Payment
- Student Loan
Apply for a Student Loan with our Partner, Pave
Bov Academy has partnered with Pave, a company that specializes in
offering loans to students of programming academies like Bov
- How Much You Can Borrow? You can borrow $3,000 to
- What Can You Use the Funds For? You can use the
funds to pay your career path fee and to cover
any related expenses, including purchase of a computer and living
expenses, to name two.
- What Are the Payment Terms? You may repay your loan
in 2 or 3 years. The interest rate is
fixed, at 6% to 17%, depending on your qualifications.
- What Are the Eligibility Requirements?
- You must be enrolled in Bov Academy.
- You must be a U.S. Citizen.
- You must be at least 18 years of age.
- You must have a U.S. bank account.
- You must have a credit score of 660 or higher.
for the student loan.
- Pay-After-Secure-Job (requires a 30% down payment and
- Fully Paid Scholarship (requires financial aid