Knowing inside out about all the tools is useless if you can't figure out how to apply them to the problem at hand. So I would suggest rather than running behind technologies, seek interesting problems to solve or interesting/better ways to solve already solved problems. Once you have catalog on what tech applies to which problems, you'll be much more valuable resource to a company and to yourself.
You can't fix a clogged drain using a hammer or that really fancy drill machine with twin battery pack. You can only solve it using a Plunger. If you know that, you can then go figure how to use one and after add it your resume not just saying 'you know how to use a Plunger' rather 'you solved a clogged drain using a Plunger', sounds better to potential recruiters.