For better or worse, writing all your code in one language blurs the lines between development of front-end, back-end and deployment. And it’s the style of development pioneered by startups that is quickly becoming prevalent in bigger companies. You can see why: This new paradigm saves time and lets developers concentrate on what they like do the most. That is, building products and solving problems instead of following rigid processes.
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