Staying focused on one single technology, be a guru on that area then branch out. The idea of focus doesn’t only apply on how to become an MVP; it applies to every single part of life.
Stay in one lane for at least 1 to 2 years and really dive in. Once you have developed that focus in one area and you became the go-to person for that lane, branch out, share your knowledge and contribute in the community.
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