Stop blaming on JavaScript when all you want is to talk about Front End
Diego ZoracKy

First of all, thank you very much for your post. The other day one of my friends, who is planning to work with AJ2 and started loving Reactjs, very much interested about nodejs, send me the link of ‘ How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016’ and he was feeling a worried if this article is the actual story. SoI had to spend time to tell him what i think. There is no doubt How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016 this is not an isolated case. But there are some response who were a bit rude !(sorry i personally feel, its ok to be worried. As earlier we did not have so many choices, now we have so many choices, therefore, its fine if we get puzzled. However, we also need to understand that each of the js choices has its own pros and cons as well as purpose, so we can choose which one we like to work with, which one will benefitted us more. ), but you very nicley pointed the actual reality. Thanks for this article.

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