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

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When dev team members started to look towards me for advice. Also being able to communicate technical things to others tailored to their roles (editorial, design, pm, and stakeholder)

 
 

I second this thought! What a great feeling it is, too, when someone comes to you with questions and advice. I especially love the 'aha-moments' when I can fully explain something, front to back, without hesitation. It also makes me realize that when I use to ask people questions, I wasn't wasting people's time like I had always been afraid of. It's really empowering to be looked up to or seen as a teammate with valuable knowledge. Impostor syndrome is too easy to fall into.

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