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Stop Learning Frameworks

eduardsi profile image Eduards Sizovs twitter logo ・1 min read  

We are developers. We need to stay up to date with technology. Every day, we learn programming languages, frameworks, and libraries. The more modern tools we know — the better.

Keeping up to date with Angular, React, Vue, Riot, Ember, Knockout is fun.

But we are wasting our time.

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I agree for the most part with you. The rate at which things change in the world of development is astounding. My first gig as a developer was a lot of learning and developing in angularJs. I did not understand the fundamentals of the framework and made a lot of mistakes that added a lot of technical debt and overhead to maintaining certain parts of the application. Much of this could have been avoided with a better understanding of what the application layers were supposed to be (two way data-binding, dependency injection)

There are just as many frameworks today and with an understanding of design patterns, such as those I mentioned above learning a new framework makes sense. It is often difficult to separate the two though without diving into a framework before understanding something like dependency injection.

Great post,thank you for sharing.

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