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 Post subject: computer science
PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2016 12:04 am 
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has anyone on this board had any experience with coding? y,know html, python, c++ etc.
i am currently investigating and planning to make a career change - though what i currently do is not much of a career, but let's not go into that.
i ain't no spring chicken (i'm 45) so i may be out of my depth here.
if you have any advice for me i would appreciate it.

for instance, am i kidding myself because i am too old to frequent myself among the hip, young savvy programmers out there?
is the learning curve too acute to pick up in the space of a couple of years to serve any usefulness to anyone, or does it require many more years of experience to be a valid programmer?
what are the most useful languages to learn? (from my research, python appears to be a good one to start with).
are there many opportunities for employment out there?

so many more questions. i feel i am in murky waters here as i am complete noob. the idea intrigues me though.

thanks in advance.

 Post subject: Re: computer science
PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2016 4:57 pm 
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I'll ask my bro for you. He's in his late 30's and only has an Associates degree, but just picked up a new job locally where he will be getting 50 bucks an hour.

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