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Just find fields where at least some of your skillset is relevant. Should be plenty. Embedded uses the same languages as other developer positions.


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Mention the old tech stack that you are working on in your post. That would help others to share their knowledge on the future job prospective w.r.t that technology. Discuss with your manager about your willingness to work on new tech stack. If s/he agrees to it and shows a roadmap to you, then it is all good. Else, what I would suggest is hold on to your ...


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If I get experience in current project with this outdated technology, will it help me in future? It's a niche, older technologies are still relevant and you do learn skills that are usable elsewhere. But if you don't want to be cornered into a niche then 1.5 years is long enough to get everything useful in. Whether you want to work on other technologies ...


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There's nothing that wrong in working with old technologies. I spent a lot of time maintaining an internal website written in Classic ASP and we have a ton of VB6 apps. Working in these legacy technologies still has demand in the marketplace, so don't think that your current work is dead-end. Having said that, I get where you're coming from. Have a word ...


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