idk what full stack means but from context it sounds like "we needed a buzzword to get one person to do the work of 20 people without paying them enough for rent"

@kat After trying to suss this out while looking for work, I've decided it effectively means "I'll do whatever. Separating work between front end and back end seems complicated."

@kat It's certainly devolved towards that, not unlike how DevOps started to do soon after it was coined.

@kat I think a good analogy for full-stack would be a product designer who understands how to draft a design in CAD, run a 3D printer, and grasp some of the material science of filament.

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