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    “Full stack” needs to die. I have no idea what it means.

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      author here - totally agree “full stack” is over-used. back when I was creating the site in 2012 the content needed a name, so that’s what I’m stuck with although I don’t mind it. here’s my definition for what full stack means in regards to site: http://www.fullstackpython.com/what-full-stack-means.html

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        That is an interesting definition of “full stack”…

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          interesting in what way? not a clear definition, or something else entirely?

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            Python code interacts with code written in other languages such as C and JavaScript to provide a complete web stack

            It’s not clear to me what is “full” about this definition. It just seems like a completely arbitrary and misleading combinations of words to use given what you are saying. What is ObjC where you write the business logic and UI in it for a mobile app? Fuller Stack ObjC?

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        It’s one rung up the HN job opening respectability ladder from “ninja” or “rockstar”. But essentially as meaningless.

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        I loveeee this site – IMO, it’s one of the best python resources for new python developers. Matt is also a personal friend, and really awesome guy. +1