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Don't worry too much about feeling a Junior when you're just a 3rd year. The more you know, the more you see you need to know. In a vast sea of Software Development, it's much more important to get the main principles first. Afterward, you can pretty much adjust to any new language/framework in a reasonable time - provided you understand the basics. (Maybe switching from object oriented to functional can be slightly more challenging since it requires a different approach but it's still same ol' programming.) The technology changes so fast that when you finally start working there may be completely different frontend framework or technology worth learning, so it's better to fully understand the language. When you'll understand JavaScript properly there's a short way to understanding other JS based technologies/frameworks.

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