It’s OK to be a Jack of all Trades

In the software development industry or any other related industries requiring software technical skills of some sort, there are normally 2 types of people.

The Generalists and the Specialists.

When I first started my career, especially during the junior days, I was pretty much a generalist. Or more informally, the “Jack of all Trades, Master of None”.

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