re: When did you stop thinking of yourself as a junior/newbie? VIEW POST


When I was working for a company that automatically made any programmer a "senior" after they'd been there for two years, regardless of their abilities.

I wasn't a programmer, so I was exempt from this policy and had been there three years. Everyone else in my department left, making me de facto in charge, and I realised that I was handling it ok.

When I eventually changed jobs, I just called myself a senior, and it felt right.

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