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Erick Ruiz de Chavez

Learning new languages, libraries, frameworks, etc. is never a waste of time. The more tools you have on your belt, the better you will be at solving problems and porting solutions from one place to another one.

You do not have to be an expert on every single programming language out there; focus on one to get good at it, and the rest will be just learning new keywords or new syntax.

My personal experience: I started with PHP almost 15 years ago. Worked with it for about 6 years and then left it completely. In February I got laid of and got a new job doing... PHP :)

Every tool you learn today will be a key to unlock a door you find tomorrow.