With the recent leave at firm I work for, I'm not sure if I'm a junior developer anymore. Let me explain.
The team is composed of two software developer, two powersystem engineers and the product owner. One of the software developer is working on a specific part of the project, as he is the only one to develop it, maintain it and such. He works here for about two and a half years. The second one was the Scrum master. He handles everything else in the project. He worked here for about more that three years. Worked because he left mid-August.
I joined the company at the end of Febuary, two month after graduating from college. Another developer joined about a month after me. He's much older, but he also graduated not long before joining us. He's working on a complementary project for our main project, but rarely touched the whole codebase. He became the Scrum master when the previous left.
I am technically in charge of the whole codebase, as I'm always charged to fix bugs, enhance, and help the two other guys in case they need any help. I also always help the two powersystem engineers with git and the test framework.
So am I still a junior developer even though I have six months experience in the professional world and in the company?