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re: Learning the Granular Details of a Programming Language? VIEW POST

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re: If you want to be an expert in the language yes, you should be able to explain any piece of code, and how does behave at runtime or compiled to. ...
 

IMO, most people likely don't want to be experts because there is a point of diminishing returns after you've acquired a certain proficiency with a language.

 

An excellent well-wrapped point. Ground your skillset proficiencies based on the truth that software adapts and will always adapt.

 

That is one reason, there many and all good ones, I did not implied that they should strive to become an expert.

We should have experts to push the boundries further, but just a few is enough

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