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It doesn't have to be this way, but it seems like the trend of web developers making their lives harder by stacking as many abstractions and dependencies as possible on top of each other will continue until this comes to a head.

I have seen so many projects destroyed by relying too heavily on other people's code, when the square cannot be jammed into the circle..

The JS ecosystem seems a lot more insane than the PHP ecosystem i work with.. i cannot imagine learning a new framework every year.

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