Your Job Title Doesn’t Guarantee Your Abilities As A Developer

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Almost everyone is obsessed with their job title, even in the field of engineering. It’s seen as an achievement for the progress that one has made in their career. Almost like a medal.

The lowest level is junior. It’s the level where everyone starts, which everyone hates, and which everyone wants to climb out from as soon as possible. Then, there’s the…

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Chak Shun Yu

Chak Shun Yu

Lifelong learner working as a frontend engineer. React. Self Development and Reflection. Testing. Technical Blogging.

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