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Yes, thanks @Voxera.
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@C0D4 That’s a nice touch 😂😂😂
@ahhh haha no it sounds like
SHEH HAAN THAH MEL
and Thamel is my surname 😌
@wackOverflow Mind hunter is cancelled after the first season 😢😢😢
Have you watched Star Trek: Picard? One of the best 20’s sci-fi I’ve ever watched
@Oktokolo Not to spend for the avatar, but to build the very first one, since I’m still a newbie here 😅
@darkwind I loved TNG, just because of Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner 🤩
Thanks @TeachMeCode. I really appreciate it 😁
@BobbyTables The same happened in one of my previous companies and the management thought no one would ever leave because of the “We Are Like A Family” culture they had.
Guess what. Starting from me, 4 people from my team already left the company and they are looking for replacements which they will never get because whoever they hire only know the buzzwords and no skills 😏
@coldfire That could very well be the case 😬
Person of Interest
and the never ending list goes on…
@rEaL-jAsE Seems to be the case 😅
In my personal experience, you have to customize your CV (somewhat..) for each job opening to match with what they require and what you feel you know or what you can get a working knowledge in a matter of weeks.
Changing your stack is also quite a challenge and will need long hours of self-learning and practicing, but since you already have the logical thinking and algorithms etc, it wouldn’t take you long to earn new skills. Try new languages and see which clicks with you most and start digging deep into the stack related to that.
In both these cases, don’t ever give up and keep on trying until you feel like you have found what suits you.