It is frustrating to do work and then be asked to redo it because you did not know the rules.
When I started, I had a few weeks experience with Postgres and React and had never used Spring or Hibernate.
You probably have a minimal level of say in which path gets taken, but you want to plan your development work to fit the chosen strategy.
I work on a project where most of the stakeholders are non-technical, so they understand the project through the user interface.
So far, the sprints have been overwhelmingly comprised of React work, something which only one other developer on my team had experience with prior to the project kick off.

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