re: Why the term 'T-shaped' is better than the term 'full-stack'. VIEW POST


Nice creativity Jack.
An interesting way to look at it from another angle.

To me a full stack developer would be someone who could pick (nearly) any problem from the queue and be able to solve it.

If you start or work in a tech startup, and you're the only, or handful of developers, then you have to do everything end-to-end to make the product work and get shipped. If something goes wrong 3 o'clock in the morning, you have to fix it.

Full-stack is not about being an expert at everything, or even anything (few are really, and the learning never ends). It's about being able to solve problems, no matter what it is, and no matter what it takes.

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