To succeed in web development, you need to know much more than just JavaScript

Having grown out of its awkward adolescence, JavaScript is no longer a novelty language for animating elements on webpages. It has become the lingua franca of the web, imbued with a variety of other libraries and tools to form complex, interactive sites. To make a real career as a programmer it's not enough to just know the base JavaScript language, you stand a much better chance at staying employed if you're a master of the MEAN Stack. Take a look at this Full Stack JavaScript Bundle to start learning some of the tech that makes JavaScript such a broad and formidable development tool.

Throughout these eight courses, you'll be introduced to a more comprehensive approach to web development using the MEAN Stack: a collection of technologies that includes MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, Node.js, and more. A taste of what you'll study:

  • A comprehensive overview of web tech and common techniques for front- and back-end development
  • Running JavaScript code within and outside the browser with Node.js
  • Building NoSQL databases using MongoDB
  • Creating single-page applications with AngularJS, and lightweight servers that use ExpressJS for network communication

Working programmers aren't just one trick ponies. Take a step in the right direction with the Full Stack JavaScript Bundle, available in the Boing Boing Store for $39.