loading...

Discussion on: Why Be A Full Stack Developer?

Collapse
entrptaher profile image
Md. Abu Taher 👨‍💻

There are no hate Against "full stack", the hate is Against the people who "use" others with catchy terms like this and discard their true value and hard work. Full stack people can learn anything fast.

You saw my post as well, I still tell people to learn a lot and try to be full stack.

The hatred itself is misleading.

People only write that kind of article when something happens to them due to this term. They get heartbroken when they see their dream getting shattered and passion of programming getting questions just because of a term.

Thread Thread
steelwolf180 profile image
Max Ong Zong Bao Author

It's great that we both agree that we should learn more to become a better developer.

What I'm advocating is being unique by skill stacking.

To stand out from crowd to do work that uses your knowledge and skills in different way like building board games to teaching programming.

Thread Thread
tobiushirogeri profile image
Alex B.

Bruce Lee always said : the more you know, the less stupid ;)

Often, trying other stack / techs can drastically help you better code on your main tech. Ex PHP and Python. PHP and C# using unity etc

Thread Thread
steelwolf180 profile image
Max Ong Zong Bao Author

Yeah, Bruce Lee's quotes are always direct to the point despite he's a philosopher, kung fu master who created his own martial art form from various material art forms and a famous actor.

Yes, we should always strive to use different stacks to not be the person who focuses on using a hammer to solve every problem.

Thread Thread
tobiushirogeri profile image
Alex B.

Bruce Lee was a full stack martial artist ;)

Thread Thread
steelwolf180 profile image
Max Ong Zong Bao Author

Hahaha, he sure is one of the renaissance men in that time.