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If you want to be a relevant developer 5, 10 or 15 years to come, don’t make no mistake and ditch JavaScript.
 
Avoid the hype of emerging frameworks if you don’t trust your JavaScript vanilla knowledge and skills. Of course many smart developers in your network will put up a strong challenge which will most certainly make you feel irrelevant but man up and stick to what’s fundamentally right.
 
Don’t take it for granted, if you have strong vanilla skills you would be able to learn and grasp almost any JavaScript framework or library or plugin in less than 72 hours or so.
 
Have an understanding that competent developers, don’t work solo, they have an ecosystem consisting of teams. You’d rather code a process in vanilla that you understand than copying and pasting some library code in the app but you can’t answer why, what, when and how. Efficient software is developed by patient and efficient coders.
 
On top of that learn C++ or Java which languages have been around for forever on top of having top notch OOP maturity level. Which any JS library is embracing but sometimes it’s harder to grasp in JavaScript if you don’t compare it to how it’s done in another language.
 
Since most processes in JS are asynchronous it’s the not the same in JAVA and C++ perhaps giving you a big opportunity to understand both entirely.
 
Last but not least, relevancy is subjective though the more efficient solutions you put out in production is relative to the large number of human problems you are helping to solve but you can’t achieve that if you don’t learn and practice breaking down complex tasks into simple modules on paper before getting your hands dirty.

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