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Here's my reminder to self: You only need one job. If they don't want you, move on and find another one. I agree with your opinion about personal branding. I think time management helps. Try to learn something fast by doing "deep work". Look it up.
I feel your frustration. Went through something similar two years ago. Application development has been democratized to a very high degree. We keep hearing stories of 10year old kids building apps. Granted that there is value in experience, but when you have young and cheap labor that can make the same app albeit with some reduction in quality, your experience no longer gives you an edge. On top of that, software industry must be one of fastest changing industries. I speculate that this is because of the inherent nature of software. The only limitation is hardware and creativity in what you can build. Note that the constant state of upheaval can be bad for both the consumer and the maker of software. For the both of them things are changing too rapidly to cope.
uroboros1952yKeep up bruh. Architecture, programming patterns, and test driven development are VERY important and will no doubt make you an untouchable developer. I spent last year setting up Android CI/CD with Jenkins. This year Im tackling MEAN stack development and set up CI/CD for my Node.js project with Jenkins.