Júlia Biró: I've had the privilege of working with some very experienced engineers, like yourself for example. I'm also very new at this, but we've already said that technologies change a lot and I am very interested in seeing what is the "engineering constant".
What are the things that will probably come with experience? They're not really knowledge of specific technologies, but skills, thinking patterns, and best practices that can be used overall and don't get outdated. Whether some of those are something that can be picked up to the benefit of my work without having to spend five years learning two or three single technologies in depth. The question from all this is, "What are the things that I can learn without having to spend 10 years in tech, and which will not get outdated?"
Viktor Farcic: You can learn Kubernetes in a year.
Júlia Biró: But Kubernetes will get outdated in around three to five years...