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re: What are you not interested in learning? VIEW POST

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For me, the list is as follows:

  1. .NET stuff. I have heard a lot of good things about C# and F# and MS even recently made it possible to run them on Linux using .net Core. The main reason is that the eco-system is not as comprehensive as the JVM one and C# is quite similar to Java.
  2. Advanced front-end like JS frameworks, SASS, Flexbox, etc. I am mostly a back-end guy and know basic JS, HTML and CSS to create functional UIs. Also, the frameworks seemed to change very quickly in popularity till React came along. That said, I enjoy using D3 for interactive visualizations and creating SVGs.
  3. Blockchain-related stuff. It is too hype-filled atm and seems like a solution in search of a problem.
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