I was in the same boat a year ago! University thought basic programming and applied theories on C/C++,Java. As A student, HTML/JS sounds like kids work because we had those even back in highschool so no one really used JS to build their school projects.
I had to learn Angular 1 last year to actually be useful to the company business. I use some of my free time to checkout React and Angular 4. One day, I will read ECMAScript documentation to the heart! maybe.
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