Welcome to Web Development at Berkeley's Introduction to Full Stack Web Development! In this course we cover the basics of web development, how the internet works, and the frameworks, technologies, and best practices that are used in the industry today while specializing in either frontend/design or backend development. No prior CS experience is required to participate and succeed in this course, but we do acknowledge that we cover a fairly large amount of material and that this course can feel like a lot, even for those with past CS experience.
Every week you will attend 2 online lectures over zoom, each of which are 1.5 hours long. Each week we will have either a homework assignment or a project due. Course staff will be holding office hours regularly throughout the week in case help is needed. Towards the end of the semester we will create project groups, and students are then expected to meet and communicate with their project groups regularly. After approximately the first 3 weeks of instruction we will split students into frontend and backend tracks with each track having the same number of lectures and assignments. This is so that students can deep dive into a specific portion of development in order to understand it much more fully rather than a high-level overview. Both tracks will receive a number of lectures from the other track in order to create a full-stack educational experience.
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|Lecture||Samarth Goel, Victoria Li, Jialin (Alex) Wu||40||Zoom||[Tu, Th] 6:30PM-8:00PM||09/09/2021||Open||--||33390|