Obviously I haven't looked at your code or assessed your skills in any way, but that having been said, if your company are moving you from project to project, using vastly different programming environments, and with very little training, that says two things to me:
Yes, I do recommend having a few side-projects to allow you to practice the skills you want to focus on, because you're not getting any focus from them. Either find or start an open source project you can contribute to, or if your employment contract allows it, start your own business on the side and develop a sellable product or service.
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