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Aaron Reese

Yes. 80% of what you do is going to be repetition or variations of the same pattern implementation.
Go for a language with a different paradigm. Move from OOP to functional, move from loosely typed to strong type checking,move from UX to storage, move from runtime to compiled. Seeing how other languages handle the logic scenario will make you a better developer overall

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The Sharp Ninja

It's not the language, it's the work. You should reflect on your work situation and decide if a change will do you good.