Thank you for your valuable insight. I know what you mean. At a technical interview, one of the questions was "what is your favorite programming language?". I answered "Java" and am now too embarrassed to discuss my shallow reasons for it.
There is a beauty to knowing a lot, the breadth, not depth -- you can compare and contrast, gain insight, make more informed choices etc. It's like life -- travel while you're young, explore, try out many different takes, make many, many mistakes, and learn. Then, as you grow older and more mature, it may be time to settle down.
So, I guess I have done my share of exploring and it's time for me to settle down, too. :D
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