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  1. Wow, what an incredibly timely event! I’m a “front end dev”, with 12 years of experience and I had to move on from my last position (yesterday) because the definition of front end has changed so much and my skill set wasn’t fitting in any more. All leading to me becoming incredibly frustrated. This discussion I’m sure will hit on exactly the points that I’ve been pondering.

    To dive into JS and service layers, further education in Human Computer Interaction, championing accessibility? Where do you go? Thanks again ALA!

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  2. Thanks so much for this. It acknowledges something I’ve struggled with profesionally. I was asked to leave a permanent job I’d just been hired for 2 weeks previously, because I couldnt parse a JSON array with Backbone. “Maybe you shouldn’t brand yourself as a frontend developer” was the suggestion.

    It’s great that this industry is so vibrant and alive but it can be easy to draw firm boundaries where there’s room for a wider canvas (no pun intended!)

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  3. I’m looking forward to this; time to compile a list of open-ended questions to ask in abundance.

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  4. Thanks so much for this. It acknowledges something I’ve struggled with profesionally.
    laura - Direct Assurance

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  5. Looks like I missed the sign up. Was this recorded and is it online somewhere?

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