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I've worked with some developers with more than 10 years experience who I considered still to be "junior". In my view, "junior" vs. "senior" is all about behavior and results vs. time on the job. In your organization, keep your eye on those who you consider to be "senior" and get to know them. Seek out a mentor who ...


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You supervisor can answer that question. I'm no fan of those "junior" and "senior" job titles, they are not often in use where I live. Basically every company can have their own definition what they call "junior" or "senior". Most of the time it boils down to experience and independence. A junior needs someone to check ...


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It is not beneficial to you to think in terms of general "time of service before advancement". You cannot asses that at all and the mileage will vary significantly for all individuals with their unique circumstances in professional and personal life. You can however determine your situation by doing two main things. Negotiations with your current ...


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