Recruiters still want technology experts
I was turned down for a role because my CV didn't explicitly mention a given technology, even though the role never goes hands-on with the tech, the underlying principles match multiple other cloud services I've successfully introduced to multiple organisations and I have actually brought in that vendor's software in exactly that role.
But no, I didn't list one specific technology (which wasn't mentioned in the job advert) so no job for me. Maybe I should add 18 pages to my CV to cover all of the programming languages build toolchains, databases, integration tools, applications, services and SaaS, IaaS (infrastructure), DaaS, IaaS (integration) and other technologies I've used during my career.
But no, foolishly I focus on the value I can add to an employer, the things I can help them achieve and do better, and the reasons they should employ me, instead of playing buzzword bingo. Sigh.