Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
azangru

From Ryan Florence’s 2015 talk about how to gradually migrate from the old crappy tech to what was then the new hotness of the day, React:

Tech matters to us. The products matter to a lot of developers, but I’ve learned that there are a lot of us out there that really do not care what we are building; what we care about is the tech that we get to use.
(Cheers, applause)




I remember talking to a senior colleague from a previous job. What factors about a company do you consider when looking for a new job, I asked. The product, he answered. Doesn’t the tech stack matter to you, I asked. No, he said, that’s irrelevant.

I was nonplussed. I didn’t care much about the product we were developing. Granted, it was infinitely better than what I had to work on at my first job, but what I was really interested in was to get experience with the technology that the company used.

I don’t know if I’ve grown up any since then.
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