I think from -my own learning experience - that it depends what you develop. For most websites and apps you don’t need special math skills as in superior math or university math, basics will do. Let’s say an app, website or landing page for a local business, such as restaurants, shops, etc. where you are just presenting content.
I think math is required for some specialized or hard to “problem solve” use cases. But now a days there is lot’s of tools to help you even in those use cases so that you as a dev don’t actually need advanced math. To be honest it’s hard for me to give you examples where you need math, but let’s say braking ground in animation with some innovative tech, like what the people at Pixar did, you can read and watch the story at Khan Academy. They used math concepts to model how the light needs to shine on objects to make them appear more real.
Maybe the people who develop(ed) AI concepts and tech -computer scientists- did need and do need advanced math. But there is also libraries that you can use that require almost no math.
So I guess it all depends what you want to develop. Do you want to develop something for which there are already standards, libraries and frameworks? Or is your goal to develop something is so novel that there are no tools available and you need to deal with problems in the realm of physics, chemistry, biology, etc. that their use case actually requires you to calculate efficiency, cost, logistics, simulation of complex interactions,etc.
Anyway, hope this helps. I’m just another fellow developer student. I for the most part developed projects of my own. Sites, web apps and one maybe two mobile apps, just for fun and for using my self and for a couple of friends. And I’ve never or very rarely have had the need to solve a problem by knowing math myself. That said I think I do feel curious to explore learning advanced math some time in the future.
All my best, fellow learner.