re: It's good to identify what you don't need to bother learning VIEW POST

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IMO, the software world is a massive ocean. I live on a tiny island, so it makes sense to know that island really well. After I've become intimately familiar with my island, I can then swim over to the next and learn some things over there.

I work mostly with Angular and other frontend technologies, so that's where my focus lies. I don't have any need for ML, AI, or AR in my day to day so I don't make an effort to find time to study those topics. But it has been greatly beneficial to learn about build processes, CI/CD, and other tools and tech that can help with what I'm actually working on.

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