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re: If your organization does not [...] Please let my organization decide who to hire and how to hire, ok? Found your own organization and set your o...

You can't really "learn to become seniors sooner" if your seniority is measured in years of experience working in a classic enterprise environment.


This is a problem of classic enterprise environment that might be addressed separately.

I personally strongly advise everybody against applying to Big5, or even Big100, until they will come to headhunt you themselves.

In a healthy environment, we look at what the applicant might show (gh/test/interview.)

I agree with your suggested method of evaluation. However, most companies wont even call you back if you don't have some big name on your resume. And, in my experience, a large enterprise has more "wiggle room", for lack of a better term, to hire junior developers. In a startup, there are fewer safety barriers between the junior dev and the production codebase. A large company often has a large amount of non-critical projects that a junior dev can join to learn the non-technical processes that are critical to the stability of the client facing product.

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