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My biggest issue with learning development skills is really sticking to a language for any real period of time, I jump around like crazy, which means I have a very low level knowledge in many languages rather than the preferred high level knowledge in a few.

@koreymoffett I'm on the same boat. More than a choice it's an environmental constraint and this makes things even more confused: I can't understand if Jack of all trades is better than specializing, at least in my case

@koreymoffett I can understand that, I know the basics of most programming languages by now :p but nothing deep really in any of them. Just enough to be dangerous.

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Why know something you don't put to any task?..

Is there any even point in knowing how to theoretically speak a language, if you don't even utilize it to accomplish getting a taxiride or something??

What "#development" is there even in that?

#LEARNbyDOING

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