You are not a full-stack developer* (*probably)

I work in IT since 2015. Back then I looked at my full-stack dev friends with a fair amount of admiration and a lot of respect.

Years passed and I realized that being in IT is quite similar to being an actor — you either pretend to know the answer to every question or you’re hiding your frustrations about your day-to-day work (obviously with exceptions).

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Building tech startups in public🔨Trying to portray technology a little differently. Emphasis on trying…I publish tech/startup/programming videos on YouTube🔴

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