This is a written version of my talk from Jamstack Conf London 2019.
And by “we’re”, I mean us, front-end developers ;)
Here’s the website that goes with this talk.
This is a talk I put together where I postulate that, over time, the breadth of what front-end developers are able to do and are being asked to do has widened to the point that it’s become full-stack development. Not that we’ve replaced back-end developers, because they are as important as ever too, it’s just there is more overlap and more possibility.
I was asked this recently by a fellow developer who was at the same web tech conference I was at. This developer had met a lot of new people who literally introduced themselves as full-stack developers sort of the way Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration would on The Office, but it was Tony Frank, Full-Stack Developer instead.
I suspect the developer asking the question taken from the title of this post already knew the basic idea of what people mean … Read article “What Does it Mean to Be “Full Stack”?”