It’s extra hard for devs who used to be able to be full stack to now have to have so much nuanced…
blaine flynn garrett
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Completely agree. I made a conscious decision a couple years ago to be a front-end specialist. I realized it was the only way I could realistically get really good at such a fast-moving area. It’s hard to make a name for yourself as a generalist anyway. I still enjoy building full-stack apps, but I’m only a specialist on the front-end. One of the hardest decisions in development is choosing what to ignore.

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