re: 10 Things To Know As A Fullstack Developer 👁️👄👁️ VIEW POST


To people who ask themselves the question: Of course it is good to have a broad understanding of how things in your related fields work, but nowadays companies are looking for specialists. If you aspire to be a "full stack developer" then you'll inevitably will be seen as a master of none. Don't become a unicorn and don't let companies or blogposts tell you that you are not good enough with your specific knowledge.

TLDR: Don't try to be a full stack developer.


I think the problem is, that the term "Full Stack Developer" is very overloaded these days. I rather rely to the T-shaped skill profile model. Having a broad knowledge in many fields combined with strong mental models how things basically work and having really deep knowledge and years of experience in one specific field.

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