Some of the areas of programming, presumably, in the future not much has changed?

Take the web, namely the front-end.
Know that there are a large number of different js frameworks, MB they are similar and the skilled person come down, but all the same, you need to spend valuable time on it. Front-end includes other technologies that also, in turn, change.
And for the person who wants to have leisure, it is not good.

What do you think there is a technology stack, such that in the future will not have to learn something very new, constantly monitor the latest innovations and to get a decent plan for work?

So far, I have candidates mobile development, e.g., for iOS.
June 14th 19 at 18:28
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June 14th 19 at 18:30
The issue of discharge, would Know prikup - would live in Sochi) Personally, I have no confidence in any technology.

First, if it is not changed, so she's dying or useless, or the developers of the technology don't care about her. Therefore, I am for the fact that they were on the pulse of the community, listening to those who use it.

Second, the requirements of it sector are increasing snowball and technology that is barely growing, will not be competitive. Why do I need such technology to learn?

So it is better not to look for easy ways to study, study and study again)
June 14th 19 at 18:32
for a person who wants to have leisure, it is not good.

in the future will not have to learn something very new, constantly monitor the latest innovations and to get a decent plan for work

The rational of such queries - choose a field of activity different from IT. There is a stereotype that the development of the field of "nolifers" for which to sit from dawn to dusk in front of the monitor (with learning a new framework, language, commits to OpenSRS, etc.) and have the world's best entertainment. And like all who are against this way of life, will always lag behind the "nolifers" in this field. There is a perception that it nifiga not a stereotype))

Employers, incidentally, is also supported this way, and the preference is given not to the one who owns the technology and working on it from 9 to 17 in some company N years, and who will bring to the interview a stellar account github, private projects, links to publications, portfolios and other signs of a lack of privacy. Otherwise you will be labeled "inactive" and hear "we'll call you back".

Can imagine such a situation in construction, medicine, engineering, law, etc.? Unlikely, because such adok is happening only in the IT field with an "acute lack of personnel"))

As for the frontend to 2013 about these frameworks know no one knew, and for some 3-4 years already a dozen similar hypinol and out of fashion. Ahead webassembly and God knows what else. iOS? Such a stable field type? Until 2007, the more stable was java MIDlets and applications for symbian...where are they now?)) Look at the toaster questions ios-specialists with 5 years of experience on the topic "what happened to the orders? Why not work?", much interesting to know about "stability")) Remains, as above advised, dull and cumbersome enterprise, there is not much fever.

IT is one of the areas where you want to stay in place, you need to run (or rather, struggling to sit for days-weeks-years behind the monitor). If you're not rushing this prospect is already on the shore, then draw conclusions:)
June 14th 19 at 18:34
For the front - HTML5 and Javascript.
Learn all the most popular features/tags in HTML5 and the basic functions/methods/patterns, javascript and about 5 years will only Supplement knowledge.
You can still learn the alphabet, it is certainly a hundred years will not change.

In any technology there is a syntactic framework that will not change. But in a syntax does not go far. If you work in the front, you'll have to deal with preprocessors, assemblers, frameworks. With one syntax, you will not need anyone. - Abner32 commented on June 14th 19 at 18:37
on the contrary... - Kyleigh_Hills commented on June 14th 19 at 18:40
June 14th 19 at 18:36
I think that in the near future will not change eligibility requirements when applying for a job.

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