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Why Junior Software Developers Fail To Improve

How to avoid plateauing and become a senior engineer faster

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I’ve hired and mentored a number of junior developers over the years.

Some learn rapidly, add value, and subsequently leave for higher-paying jobs. I wish all developers we hired were like this.

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