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Is there an appropriate word for the antonym of "full-stack", as in programming? Someone who knows a lot of things just as a full-stack programmer, but without mastering them.

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"jack of all trades" can refer to someone who knows how to do many different things but is not really a master at any of them.

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    The full saying is exactly that: "A Jack of all trades, a master of none." – Channel Islander Jul 26 '15 at 14:48
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Dilettante, defined by Dictionary.com

a person who takes up an art, activity, or subject merely for amusement, especially in a desultory or superficial way; dabbler"

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In sports you might refer to a utility player, in more general sense a factotum (from the Latin for "do it all").

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I think you want the word "generalist": "one whose skills, interests, or habits are varied or unspecialized", according to Merriam-Webster.

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Polymath

A person who posseses knowledge about diverse topics.

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