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re: I agree, but working on legacy jQuery projects isn't really a transferrable skill. You'll be left in the dust if you spend too much time at a comp...
 

You'd be surprised at how many places outside of silicon valley/major tech hub cities are still heavily dependent on using classic templating (jsp/jsf style coding), asp.net razor templating, jquery based ui's etc. For example, tons of bootcamps focus on things like ruby on rails, react, vue, etc...however in many many places outside America, the number of companies you find using those sorts of tools drastically goes down. Not saying I like the situation...as i'm an avid fan of React and node, however saying "you'll be left in the dust" feels a tad hyperbolic.

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