Have you ever wanted to build web apps on your own?

Are you a backend .NET developer, but have never used a web framework like Angular or React?

Do you feel that becoming a full stack web developer will boost your career?

Maybe you already started full stack development, but you don’t feel confident with your skills?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are in the right place 🙂

In 2019, I was at the same place. I was a backend .NET developer, quite stuck with old technologies, and I really wanted to be able to build the whole application by myself. Then I decided to get on a transition path, which took me to where I am today – working remotely as a full stack .NET web developer.

Becoming a full stack web developer will not only make you feel more confident, but it will make it easier to find a well-paid programming job. If you are interested in working remotely and traveling, it’s also a great career path. It turns out that most fully remote job offers are full stack positions.

On this blog, I will teach you how to become an independent, full stack .NET web developer. You will learn mysterious web development terms in a simple form 🙂 Our tool set will be what you already know – .NET and C#, but we will add HTML, CSS, TypeScript and React to the arsenal.

If you already do full stack web development with .NET and React, I hope you’ll be able to leverage your skills and feel more confident with the knowledge I have to share.

Hope you enjoy our coding journey! 💪

If you’d like to cooperate or just get in touch, see the Contact page.