When does one become too old to program? Do people feel that they become less able to solve problems as they age? Were they better programmers in their 20's than in their 30's and 40's? Or do they feel that because as they've aged they know more, so when solving a problem it takes more time because the search space of solutions to evaluate is larger?
closed as not constructive by Caleb, Thomas Owens♦ Sep 17 '12 at 13:51
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