This is a bit off-topic but I agree with your sentiments.
I came to coding later - I am 54 now but started off as a biologist and
although I am not interested in hacking all day, every day anymore - I
still like it. Why do you say your coding days are over - not
interested anymore or you don't feel you are up to the new stuff?
On Mon, 2006-05-08 at 19:50 -0400, Ed Black wrote:
When I was a grad student at Carnegie Tech (now Carnegie Mellon) I
to dream of a cadre of programmers whose sole aim was to make the world
a better place. Now that I am sixty, my coding days are over, but with
every day Linux make my dream come true. We are almost there, keep up
the great work and a heartfelt congratulations.
Ed Black, Ph.D.
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