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What are the hardest parts of learning a new technology or framework?

Survey period: 18 Mar 2019 to 25 Mar 2019

New tech can be a blessing and a curse all in one. For the good of your soul (and your resume) it's always worth expanding your repertoire.

Getting started with new tools, library managers, and build / deploy processes38144.82
Wrapping your head around a new way of completing old familiar tasks35742.00
Potentially learning new languages in order to use the new tech13415.76
Having to constantly refer to docs instead of having it all in your head32237.88
Understanding what functionality is - and is not - available to you30135.41
Learning new design patterns15418.12
Finding the time to practice36042.35
I never have to learn new technologies161.88
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

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GeneralGetting past the B.S. Pin
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Bassam Abdul-Baki18-Mar-19 3:03
professionalBassam Abdul-Baki18-Mar-19 3:03 
a(ssumptions)2 + b(ullshit)2 = hyp(e)2

The wrong angle theorem that some deem right.

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