Without problems there wouldn't be a need for software. All software is designed to solve some user problem and within that general solution is a wide array of smaller problems that make it up.
It really doesn't matter what programming language or technology you use, if you can't solve problems, you won't be very good at developing software.
In the past years I have trained myself because there is probably no more important skill in life than learning to learn. This skill is especially important in software development, because no field I know of changes more rapidly than software development.
You can't know everything about everything, so I don`t. You can't even really invest the time it takes to be a master of one particular framework or technology because things are moving way too fast!
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