re: Be good at one thing, not average at everything VIEW POST

re: From my experience, becoming good at a particular language or framework doesn't necessarily make you a better developer. Coding experience and buil...

I definitely think fundamentals are an essential thing to learn.
I guess the point I was trying to make is that if you work with, let’s say one framework, for a long enough time. You will eventually master the in and out of it. And when you reach that point, you will start to focus less on the framework itself and more on how it was built and how it solve common issues. And that’s when, at least for, I really got passed the framework and start working with real concept like design pattern for example.

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