I Met a Former PHP Developer Who Wouldn’t Recommend PHP

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I worked with a PHP programmer who earns a lot more than me. I’m a little jealous of his salary as I know the frontend is harder than the backend. Given the situation, I asked my former colleague how he would convince me to switch to the backend from the frontend. He said he wouldn’t recommend it for several reasons:

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