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re: While learning a different language every year does not preclude you from being a good programmer, I think that not learning new languages whenever...
 

Nice comments, Jon.

I think that not learning new languages whenever you can does make you less adaptable and more reactionary

I think it really depends on what you did instead of learning that new language. That's was my whole point in writing this post. If you have x hours to learn something new, what's the thing that will give you the biggest bang for your investment? Maybe it's learning a new language but it just might be learning usability testing, or conversion optimization, or statistics, or any of a million other things.

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