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iamai2532227dGood for you!
Fast-Nop33421226dHehe, my first company helped me on that one - by laying me off.
Fast-Nop33421226d@scorpionk It took four months from starting the applications to getting a new job, but that wasn't that bad because the layoff was with three months heads-up and a pretty nice layoff pay.
Not only that it was close to the end of the year where nobody hires, but also the usual employer stupidity demanding experience exactly with their specific setup, i.e. the idiots complaining about "dev shortage".
And then, after having trouble to even get an interview, I suddenly had to choose between several contract offers.
scorpionk446225d@Fast-Nop Woh! That was some rollercoaster ride there.. Glad you finally landed job.
The problem of dev shortage is real.
I have seen companies reopening job profile because they trying to be too picky with languages and tools.
While switching job I applied couple of those companies. Got rejected in resume screening. They are still looking for a candidate. It's been a 4-5 months and they still didn't hire so called "enthusiastic candidate".