How to become Middle after Junior and Senior after Middle?

How much I need to work in the organization to become the Middle if I Junior?
And how long should I wait to change the status to Senior developer?
Thank you
July 5th 19 at 00:01
4 answers
July 5th 19 at 00:03
How much I need to work in the organization to become the Middle if I Junior?

I've seen people who have over 5 years of "organizing" so development has stopped as that was June and remained.

Junior - solves routine tasks without issues with low risk.
Middle - solve non-standard tasks with high risks. Standard makes faster and with fewer bugs.
Singer - solve non-standard tasks with low risk that there are fewer bugs. Can manedit people or projects from a technical point of view.

That pretends.
July 5th 19 at 00:05
It seems to me that it is not in years but in knowledge, you can develop very quickly, and can stand on one and the same place over the years. I think by the time your knowledge will reach the level of Middle, this issue will disappear.
Heralding the process of development of Google in your language/technology. Such articles a million example ->
Is that grown up Senior in the same company, you all idolize, you come out on the market and you're nobody. - Emmanuel.Nitzsche commented on July 5th 19 at 00:08
July 5th 19 at 00:07
if you string up it can be a year to rise from Junior to Senor , this is more a matter of experience and perseverance, and you just have to work actively in the specialty
July 5th 19 at 00:09
All depends on you.
Specifically, on how quickly you will learn (including through books, courses, etc.) and what tasks will be solved. I mean the real level. We have to work very much. And so, for years of service (if you just sit and wait) you can even the status of the architect to assign, though it will mean nothing.

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