Which stream should I take if I want to be a Full Stack Developer?

To become a Full Stack Developer in the future:

  • You could pursue Non-Medical in 11th and 12th standard as your stream. You will have Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry subjects in 11th and 12th standard, which will help you create a base for your future.
  • After completing your school, you can pursue a B.E/ B.Tech course in CSE/ IT stream from any university worldwide. During graduation, you can start learning any one language of your choice and must have a strong command over it; for this, you can opt for online/offline courses in any language.
  • Post this, start your career as a software developer and increase your skillset while becoming a full stack developer.

On the other hand, there are many more cases of people who have opted for commerce or arts in their school and are successful full-stack developers. The stream doesn’t define who you are, but your will to learn a new skill and your passion for your future matter the most. You can start learning any skill at any point in time, and you will be successful in that career.