By Linh Nguyen Mai Khanh | February 13, 2017
1.Better teamwork with fewer resources
2. Cost savings
A significant benefit of having a full-stack developer is reducing the cost and effort to find and retain the right talent.
Rather than specializing in one area of expertise, a full-stack developer is skilled in all stages of web development. Employers are starting to realize the benefits of hiring a one man development team. Full-stack developers understand how every facet of the web development process takes place so that they can advise and guide stakeholders on overall strategy and best practices. Instead of hiring a front, back, and UI developer, you can hire just one full-stack developer and pay only one salary.
Startup companies are especially in high demand of full-stack developers, as many of them can’t afford to hire people who are only skilled in one area.
3. Code reuse and share
4. Better performance and speed
Thinking full-stack is the trending mindset all over the world these days. Pharmacies start to create a full-stack health solution for the customers based on their unique data profile; a skincare-products-selling company may leverage the usage data to personalize skincare recommendations for the consumers.
Web development roles change are still at guess. But it’s undeniable that full-stack development is about to spread the wings further and become one of the hottest trends in 2017, and the choice to try right now is on your hands!