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Chris Garrett

From everything you’ve described Ben, it sounds like your outlook is similar to mine, in that frontend development will take on many of the well established principles of backend development.

We’ve long held this outlook and won’t generally look for a frontend developer who’s not additionally well versed in object oriented programming principles.

The current patterns emerging around Javascript are really hitting this home, moving towards MVC implementations, proper class implementations etc. It’s definitely going to be an interesting year!