hola, ya, this wasn't a share trying to promote any kind of opinion/outrage, more of a thought-provoker. A reminder of the notion often stated the last few years that "Front-End" has become increasingly complex and the associated positions/roles often bring with them a much wider scope of tasks due to the complex nature of newer web stack technologies and their interplay (for better or worse.... arguably more power to individuals working in 'front-end' but also more pile on and stress perhaps )
"bUT fRontENd JuST mEaNs HtmL ANd CsS"
what's the end game in sight for former front end devs? learn enough backend dev to get your frontend working properly?