Full-stack development requires a broad skillset. The best candidates will demonstrate substantial experience within each of the several areas outlined below.
There are various differences between a web developer and a full-stack developer. A web developer tends to be specialized in either front-end or back-end development. A full-stack engineer instead will be proficient across the board, including any associated areas such as database design/management and DevOps.
Back-end engineering does not require an understanding of user experience. However, it does demand an extensive knowledge of API principles. This does not necessarily have to be REST, but in most cases, this is the preferred. In addition to this, the candidate must excel in at least one back-end technology as well as database design and implementation, docker and kubernetes. It is also important that the candidate holds more than just a basic understanding of managing relevant infrastructure.
Knowledge & Skill Requirements