The cure is to stop trying to keep up and just learn the bits that you’re really excited about right now, or the stuff you need to know to do the job you’re doing today.
Why I’m Thankful for JS Fatigue. I know you’re sick of those words, but this is different.
Eric Elliott
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Even if this is the case, there’s still a mountain of stuff to learn. Take the new angular 2 as an example. Suddenly I’m kind of forced to learn about typescript, webpack, typings, webpack loaders, webpack plugins, etc. I find it really difficult now and I don’t know how to move on.

I wish we can all rewind and go back to the easier days of jQuery. Now, wasn’t that a better experience?

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