[00:00:32] So personally, I do see a lot of companies working with frameworks, especially I would say React is kind of the most common least seen one in my experience. And with meta frameworks like Next, which we mentioned briefly earlier, that are kind of the goal that play nicely with React or that that you can kind of use React within.
[00:02:11] And so, the more you invest in fundamentals, the better that you're gonna be able to pick up whatever tools are in the professional landscape. So currently, of course React is the most popular and TypeScript is being adapted everywhere. And so, these tools are important if you want to look great with your resume and your projects in your portfolio to get get hired and that kind of thing.
[00:02:40] So, in a professional landscape, I think that React knowledge is kind of a baseline because it's just used so many places and those paradigms and are just used over and over in new frameworks like Solid, you mentioned Svelte, and they all kind of look somewhat similar. And so, invest in fundamentals and then layer on these kind of approaches and then you'll be setting yourself up for success no matter what tool you come across in your job.
[00:04:50] So, just as we said, as Mark said.