Full Stack Web Developer
Build Complex Web Applications
Classes start in
Two terms of 3 months
The Full Stack Web Developer Nanodegree is designed to prepare you for a career in web development. As a Full Stack Web Developer, you are the "jack of all trades" who companies rely on to build, support and maintain their web applications. With our industry partners, we've carefully crafted the most efficient set of projects and skills training to guide you along the way.
Learn the fundamentals of Python, HTML and CSS, as well as how to use Developer Tools and a Back-End dive into Databases.
To graduate students must complete both Terms 1 and Term 2. After completing Term 1 you may enrol in term 2 through the classroom.
Get started with programming through interactive content like quizzes, videos, and hands-on projects. Our learn-by-doing approach is the most effective way to learn to code.
Advance quickly and successfully through the curriculum with the support of expert reviewers whose detailed feedback will ensure you master all the right skills.
Draw inspiration and knowledge from forums, stay on track with the support of mentors, and enjoy 1:1 video calls when you need guidance on specific challenges or projects.
Learn the skills needed to enroll in a career-track Nanodegree program, then try them out on a real project from one of those programs—you’ll get credit for it when you enroll!
Michael is a self-taught full-stack web developer and open source advocate. Before joining Udacity, he spent over 10 years developing classified applications for some of the most demanding intelligence organizations in the world. He has an active Top Secret clearance and, unless you have one as well, that's all you're allowed to know. In his spare time he enjoys playing paintball, video games, and spending time with his 3 wonderful children.
Senior Content Developer
Karl is a Course Developer at Udacity. Before joining Udacity, Karl was a Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) at Google for eight years, building automation and monitoring to keep the world's busiest web services online. Outside of work, his interests include gardening, cooking, board games, and messing around with new programming languages. No whiteboard is safe from his doodles.
Philip has had the privilege to teach in several formats. He’s taught Game Boy Advance programming in person, coached data science and introductory computer science courses at Udacity, and now he’s developing courses too. He’s applied computer science to music composition, aerial dolphin photography, and oncology. When he’s away from his keyboard Philip rides bikes, cooks, and plays ultimate. Philip attended Georgia Tech where he earned a B.S. in Computer Science. He’s currently enrolled in Georgia Tech’s online M.S. in CS, a program offered in collaboration with Udacity.