Back-End Development: Back-end development involves creating the server-side components of a web application, which handle data storage, processing, and communication. In a full stack Python course, students will learn how to use Python frameworks such as Django or Flask to create robust and scalable web applications. They will learn about concepts such as routing, authentication, and middleware, and how to use these concepts to build web applications that are secure and efficient.
Database Management: A full stack Python course will typically cover the basics of database management, including creating and managing databases, designing tables and relationships, and writing SQL queries to retrieve and manipulate data. Students will learn about popular database management systems such as MySQL or PostgreSQL, and how to use Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tools such as SQLAlchemy to interact with databases in their Python applications.