fellas HOMO SAPIENS THAT MANIPULATE BITS ON THEIR COMPUTERS!
It's been almost a year since I asked the good people of
r/webdev to Sell me their current stack. A personal favourite of mine is where
u/CaptainIncredible sells me his .NET stack. It's an awesome experience, and actually the reason I picked up PHP and Laravel! Surely, a lot of people will find the experience of their peers valuable in picking their next development stack - whether it's for work, a side project, or just the thrill of learning something new!
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I'm going through a phase that I knew most of us went through at one point in our career. You know, the "I don't know what tech/language to focus on" phase. Now, I already know the solution: choose what I'm comfortable with, right? The thing is, I feel like I got the feel and basics of most languages (that are relevant to webdev), to the point that I really need to focus on ONE stack and be proficient with it. Or else, I'd just spread myself too thin and be an advanced beginner on all of those languages.
So would you kindly state your current stack (client+sever if possible) and what are the selling points that made you pick that stack? Or what parts of it do you hate? And any recommendations that you'd like to share?
So people of dev.to, sell me your current stack :D