Lose my way

I use to treat answering/asking questions on this forum like a job when I was not yet gainfully employed. I started working as an entry level software developer using .NET C# and SQL at a great company in the healthcare industry a few months after joining this forum, thanks to all the outstanding help I've received in this forum. I feel I'm losing touch with real programming practices because I'm using so much .NET and C#. Does having a solid understanding in .NET and C# as well as SQL provide me with a security blanket in terms of being gainfully employed or should I continue learning C++ on the limited time I have outside of work?
The more you know, the easier it is for you to be employed.
When has anyone ever regretted continuing learning? When has someone regretted stopping learning something?
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