Professional developers everywhere:
Simplify your stuff. Do not unnecessarily use new and shiny technology, when the tried and tested works fine.
Sure, it not be as exciting. But trust me, the people maintaining your project months or years down the line will prefer boring, well documented tech.
Don't use technologies just because you can. Use them if they are needed.
Professional projects should aim little higher than the minimum viable product level. If you're doing much more, you're probably over engineering the solution.
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