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netikras32505112didk, it depends on your learning pace and on the HR desperation for Java devs in your area.
Spring isn't difficult. A month should be enough. Perhaps less. For a junior position
Grumm1488112dMore than they pay me at my current job :)
But I would change to vue or react or any other language for more money xD
dmonkey2074112d@netikras thank you
dontreallycare39111dIf you are in it for the money, go for it. If your in it for the love, run away. It’s terrible.
dmonkey2074111d@netikras another question, related: what would you expect from an intermediate backend software dev (both with Java and in general)?
netikras32505111d@dmonkey ability to make estimates for tasks and deliver according to them w/o another dev supervising him/her.
And ability to come up with solutions for simple-mediocre problems.
And ability to maintain existing codebase according to the good practises.
Ability to debug almost any code issue and suggest/implement a solution.
Carry out code rewiews
Consulting with other devs is ok, as long as it's not about trivial matters.
So basically a sr dev, w/o organisational tasks [teaching,planning,finances,interviews,etc.] and w/o solutions for complex problems
In your opinion how much would it take to learn Java with /Spring(Boot)?/ enough to get paid for it?
I already know Java's basics and at uni did some frameworkless server side development.
tired of frontend