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Brandon Gregory

Good stuff. This is why pure JavaScript is important. If you’re good with it, you’ll have no problem adapting to any library or framework that’s built with it. Which is why many companies have pure JavaScript tests.

Not to mention that knowing to use a tool or technique isn’t the same thing as knowing why this particular thing is used. If you know the reason why, you’ll also know when not to use it.

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