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re: AMA, Sam 10-yr Googler in Web DevRel VIEW POST

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Well I know this can be subjective, I'm a junior dev got his second job after many interviews and still failing at many interviews, but should I opt out and start learning Dart and Flutter? Anyways I want to focus more on mobile App dev and I think from the videos I have seen and the flutter community on reddit urges me to learn it, so yeah.

Also in the long run how should I not get burned out and frustrated of failing interviews. Even my senior friends (3-8 years of experience) also gets rejected in 3 out of 6 interviews here so yeah I don't want that to keep happening to me at an age of 30 or more. Any advise on that?

If this sounds more controversial I can understand anyone avoiding this question

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