Do you drink?
Do you know that feeling when you can't decide if you want one more drink or should call it a night and head home, but you kind of want to get that drink anyway because "I got 20 more minutes of happy hour prices, may as well get in while the getting's good"?
That's how we all feel/or at least it's how I feel sometimes looking at some new stack coming out and watching companies trip over themselves to go implement it and demand new sysadmins and developers come in the door with expert level capabilities with it and then finding out halfway through the interview the primary reason said company is hiring new Ops person is because the last Ops person didn't really know what they were doing and now they need a fixit Ops guy to come in, tear it down and replace it with a much more manageable infra.
I wouldn't be so against particular projects like OpenStack, k8s, OpenSSL, PHP and systemd if they weren't so awful in philosophy and execution. IMO, stacks, and projects too, need simplification, clear documentation and resilience before adding zillions of features that don't work, don't belong or don't add net value for the complexity/risks they bring.