I remember my first software development job in 1992. I joined a software company that developed for the “new” Windows operating system: Windows 3.0.
As a junior member of the team, I was deathly afraid of revealing what I didn’t know and lose my coveted new job. I was sure everyone on the team knew more than I. So worked 72 hour weeks to catch up. I studied, and coded, and watched, and listened, and tried to fit in as best I could. It worked perfectly! But it turned out I wasn’t the only newbie, and I learned that I knew more than I thought.
So now as a project manager, I’m sympathetic to newbies. No newbie will lose his job just because he hasn’t been immersed in the latest technologies. Reach out to the “new kids!”