Hi Fellow Devs!
I am a silent reader and follower of dev.to till now. The thing is I have been working in web development for one and a half year now. I have worked in Laravel, Ionic (framework to develop native apps) both versions of it, AngularJS and the latest angular. The thing I am trying to say is in the last year and a half even though the experience is not that much I have worked on many things, when I check job requirements many of those have points like:
you must know to work with socket servers or ports.
you must know to work on highly scalable apps with million of users.
This is my first job. I got into this company as an internee and the reality is I have never given a real technical interview. I have this feeling that I don't know enough and when I will give interviews that it would go bad. Is it only my feeling or is it mutual? Also according to my experience the requirements mentioned in the jobs do I need to learn them at this point for further jobs?
If anyone could discuss these that would be great.
P.S This is my first post ever, so apologies if I wrote horribly.
Does front-end development as a we know it still exist; or has the role evolved into something we no longer recognise? As with evolution in nature, the evolution of "front-end" has resulted in several distinct flavours --- and in my opinion --- an identity crisis.