devnulli4088dhow about that: dont worry.
in my interviews, i always try to find out
- has it "in the blood"
- fits in the team
- can learn
practical knowledge (can build app from scratch etc.) is good but not as important as the above, even if you were best in your class, the things you learned are just maybe a 0.2 % fuck against what you WILL learn
im talking about software engineering, software architecture, design patterns, solid, ci, .... and stuff
people who can code apps from scratch are good, but thats not required. it's required to try and UNDERSTAND things
most of the dudes that do interviews and that i talk to feel the same way
when it takes some months or years to get you productive - they make sure those years pay out, that you are honest about yourself and that you want to make apps, and that you are willing to invest into self improvement.
dont care if you can code a app. they KNOW you will take time. if you honestly can tell them the same you just wrote here, youre in