re: The Cost of Investing Too Heavily in a JavaScript Framework VIEW POST


Good article! I think the key to this is, if you're going to learn about more than one library you should learn them separately. Choose one, master it and after you know you can use it to create big projects you go to another.
For example, you started learning React and mastered it, then you went for Angular. But while you are learning Angular you should still build, small and less often, React projects. We forget about things that we don't use. :)


Thanks! I think mastering a framework then moving on to the next might be spreading yourself too thin. I'm more of a "just-in-time" learner, I pick up things when I need to use them or if I have a strong interest in it.

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