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Certainly! Here is a comprehensive list of the fundamental concepts you will learn as a back-end web developer:

  • Back-end development: Back-end development refers to the creation of server-side logic that powers websites and applications from behind the scenes1. It involves building the database, server, and application components1.
  • Front-end vs. back-end development: To understand back-end development, it’s important to know the distinction between front-end and back-end development. Front-end development focuses on what happens in the browser, including everything that end users see and interact with1. Back-end development, on the other hand, occurs on the server or in the cloud and databases. It encompasses the machinery that works behind the scenes, powering what happens on the front end1.
  • Back-end languages: Back-end developers work with various programming languages such as C++, C#, Java, JavaScript (Node.js), PHP, Python, Perl, Scala, and Ruby1.
  • Back-end programming frameworks: Back-end programming frameworks provide pre-built tools and libraries to simplify web application development. Some popular frameworks include .NET (for C#), Django (for Python), Spring framework (for Java), Node.js (including MeteorJS and ExpressJS for JavaScript with Node.js), Ruby on Rails, Symfony (for PHP), and JSF (Java Server Faces)1.
  • Back-end tools & technology: Back-end developers work with servers, databases, middleware, and APIs to build robust web applications1.
  • Common skills needed for back-end development: Back-end developers should have a strong understanding of development languages, databases, caching mechanisms, servers, APIs (REST & SOAP), and other relevant technologies2.
  • Common back-end development jobs: Back-end developers can pursue various roles such as software engineer, web developer, full-stack developer, or database administrator1.

We are going to be your guide and helping you gain proficiency in back-end web development. We offer courses specifically designed to introduce you to back-end development concepts.

Remember that becoming a skilled back-end developer requires practice and hands-on experience. As you progress in your learning journey, We are going to engage you on real-world projects to apply your knowledge and enhance your skills.

Good luck on your back-end web development journey!