Two front-end developers are sitting at a bar. They have nothing to talk about.
This is a topic that affects every frontend developer. As a freelance developer, I deal with requests on a weekly basis, mostly from recruiters.
If you sort out all messages that are based on Java, hybris, or other technologies I've never heard of, there are only two types of requests left.
A frontend developer for React / Vue.js / Whatever. Some Redux / Vuex / Whatever. And some UX.
This was a creeping process. At a conference a few years ago I talked to someone who now calls himself a "classic frontend developer". But this implies for me that a "classic" developer is less and less needed, maybe even on a par with a book printer (compared to machine production). And I don't believe that.
But ... I think I'll save the topic for a blog entry.