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Discussion on: Am I a good developer?

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Lúcás Meier

I think it's a good idea to shift your focus on what technologies you know / don't know, to what kind of products you can deliver, and ultimately what kind of value you can provide to a business or other people.

Instead of thinking about how, well, you could learn X or Y stack, or improve deployment with Z, focus on what products you're capable of making instead.

Of course, you shouldn't completely stop learning, but focusing on what matters is a lot easier ;)

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Jefferson Matheus Author

Yeah, you're completely right. As I replied in another comment here, sometimes we are so lost in an open sea of technologies and JS frameworks, that sometimes we feel like we're creating software for another developers, whereas the main focus should be the final user

Thanks for your comment :)