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What does it mean to be Java Full Stack Developer?

Java Full Stack Developer requires skills and knowledge to work on all facets of project development, from frontend to backend, to databases. Full Stack Developers are more sought after because of their expertise of not in one but multiple technologies and their ability to handle all aspects of development results in a more seamlessly created product. With the fast-paced nature of technology companies are no longer depending on experts in a single field, they are now focusing on professionals with a grasp over all aspects of project development and are hiring multi-skilled individuals.

Modules: JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Oracle DBA (Entry Level)

Test Duration

45 mins

Type of Test

Online

Number of Questions

39

Price

Rs 500

Roles offered to Certified Full Stack Developer : Java

  • Java Full Stack Developer
  • Java Full Stack Developer- Team Lead
  • Java J2EE Developer

What is special about AMCAT Full Stack Developer: Java certification?

“Full Stack Developer: Java” certification by AMCAT can be earned by giving a test. The test design is based on the hiring pattern and skills required by today’s IT Industry, therefore, its certification is widely acknowledged and readily accepted by businesses. The certification test is a user-oriented assessment, it allows you to take the exam at home and also provides sample questions for practice.

This certificate is presented to Your Name for successfully completing the certification

According to his/her assessment scores, Your Name is employable for the following job profiles/sectors and is strongly recommended to be considered for the job opprotunities in these profile/sectors:

Full Stack Developer : Java

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