I graduated from an applied computing top-up degree with a 2:1 (following on from an HND in Computing & Systems Development) in 2015, and went into a graduate software development role pretty much straight after there, at a small company in Oxfordshire. However for reasons unrelated to my role, the company has folded and so i'm looking for a new job.
However I'm getting very worried because almost every Junior Software role I see is for a job that involves a heavy amount of web technologies and skills, typically ASP.NET, which I don't have. The only web stuff I was taught at my degree & HND were PHP, HTML and CSS. The rest was SQL, VB.NET and C#.NET, both WinForms, alongside some Java work, mainly focusing on OOP and Swing (Designing Java applets).
Luckily for me at the time, my graduate role was in a company that used WinForms, specifically C#.NET, the role did not involve any web-based work as that wasn't what the company did. However now i'm job hunting again, and essentially all of the positions in which i'm vaguely suitable for, all involve a large amount of web-based work, and so i'm effectively having to go to an interview and say "Well sorry but I don't have any experience in the main part of what you're looking for", and as a result, I don't get any further than that stage, typically because they feel my ability in that area isn't to the level they want it to be.
Does anyone have any advice/suggestions? Is it best if I get out of the WinForms hole so to speak? and how should I do that when I haven't got anything else to go on, as far as front-end development is concerned?