I think this is a big issue in our field. It moves so fast and there is no way to keep up with everything. It's unfortunate that we feel like we need to turn development into our main hobby as well as a career.
I come home from a day of work and don't always feel like studying Docker or Vue, but feel guilty if I watch Netflix or read a non dev book.
I'm pretty sure I'm good at development in general, designing and solving problems. But what if no one ever hires me again because I don't know all the js frameworks!
I don't wanna be consumed by my career but it seems to be very common...
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