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Full-Stack Web Development

Learn advanced skills and frameworks

Holberton's web stack specialization advances the web development principles and skills introduced prior. During the specialization, students approach and build various web applications in all the most recent frameworks.

True to Holberton's culture and approach to learning, the most important part is not knowing the details of a specific framework but learning how to be ready to build on future frameworks.

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Learn one, build with all

Students will learn advanced skills in front-end and back-end development, mastering frameworks that are in high-demand throughout the industry.

Whether it's front-end, back-end, or full-stack engineering, this curriculum prepares students to create, maintain, and improve web applications and websites, some of which are used every day.

By following this specialization, students will be well-versed in ReactJS, VueJS, AngularJS, SASS, responsive design, Accessibility, Rails, Go, NodeJS, NoSQL, MySQL advanced, Elasticsearch, Redis, OAuth, and more.

The last 2 months are dedicated to building a personal web project on the technology of a student's choice.

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Opportunities abound

After following the web stack specialization, students will be qualified to join any web companies from startups to big players. Students will have enough fundamentals and exposure to web framework to be quickly efficient in a company.

Typical job titles include: Full stack web, Front-end developer, and Back-end developer.

Career Services and Professional Growth

Utilizing what students have learned over the previous term, they now have the opportunity and support to find a professional opportunity to get hands on experience. In today's tech world, it's not enough to be good at technical skills, you need to be a clear communicator as well.

We push our students to work on their public speaking skills, to publish blog posts to online tech communities and publications, and to speak at conferences and meetups. Students will build confidence by participating in peer-driven technical interview and whiteboarding, as well as flash presentations and solidification of understandings through events and workshops to supplement students' understanding. Experience a unique exposure to guest speakers, advanced engineering tools, and relevant cultural topics in the tech industry found only at The Holberton School.

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Developed by working professionals

Our professional advisors are the backbone of Holberton. They provide feedback about our curriculum, are resources for our students, and are an endless source of knowledge about the most current technologies and frameworks.

Professional Advisors

Guillaume Salva

Guillaume Salva


Johann Kerbrat

Johann Kerbrat

Engineering Manager

Emmanuel Turlay

Emmanuel Turlay

Senior Software Engineering

Lorine Colas

Lorine Colas

Sr. Product designer

David Dias

David Dias

Front-End Developer

Guillaume Plessis

Guillaume Plessis

Senior Cloud & System Engineer

Specialize in the future

Don't just get ahead of the curve—set the curve. Our Specialization tracks prepare you for the in-demand jobs of today and the yet-to-be-invented jobs of tomorrow.

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We're here to help you take the next step. Read our Syllabus for more info, or join one of our upcoming events.