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re: What's a promising area that you are investing in for the future? VIEW POST

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Our industry moves so fast that it is impossible to keep up with anything. I don't try to learn every new language and frameworkm I focus on .NET, because that is my day job, but I try to always improve in more general programming and architecture concepts too. So, things that would be useful even in a non .NET position. I believe that as long as I maintain a strong and current foundation switching languages and frameworks should be doable.

I love DevOps and that is something that is necessary for any development job, so I believe it is something worth investing in. Bringing good DevOps practices to a job can make a big impact.

And then outside of my career stuff, I try to improve my investing skills. I work for a company that automates trading for individual investors, so it is a great opportunity to learn and it is a great skill to have because turning your existing money into more money can be an excellent additional income stream.

 

Very good points.

I've also started to invest more in DevOps and learn some of the lingo/toolings/process to help me with other projects.

+1 to investing skills - I've focused more on learning how to save and started several small (low-risk) investments.

Anyone else?

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