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It's not worth switching tech stacks — written by Jason Lengstorf

Read the entire article if you can as Jason makes some great points. Sanity inducing stuff in my opinion.

Leaving this as a taster for now…

The JavaScript landscape is noisy. And it can be pushy. We hear a lot of opinions about what we should and shouldn’t be using to build websites.

How do you choose when just about every JavaScript think piece contradicts the other advice you’ve seen and also insists that you need to learn the hot new thing?

My hot take is that a lot of developers tend to switch to new stacks as a way of kicking the can down the road on building features that users actually want and care about — so the best tech stack is the one you can build something useful in today.

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