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.


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?


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