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M1sf3t461763dcurious, which is it you feel you know really well?
I don't tend to learn frameworks for the sake of learning them. I learn them to use.
acelan5163dAs long as platform/language/framework stays relevant, is updated and solves problems I need to solve, I don't start learning new one.
Sure, I try new things out, but I don't start learning them on purpose. It is living hell if you need to maintain multiple different framework projects.
So I could say I learn new stuff when rebooting life. New job, or business decision in same job that everything is switched, old customers ditched (or forced to buy new solution).
C0D45671063dI'll learn something new when it's needed, or I know that it's easier to implement for my needs.
Outside of that, duck it.
AlmondSauce843963dIf you know a particular language / framework really well, get a job in it :)