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is 22 to old too learn how to code?
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>>69312945
Yes. Might as well kill yourself.
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>>69312945
No. Better get reading sooner than later.
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>>69312945
No, it's not.
21 is.
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>>69312955
can i become a good coder without math? i suck at math
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>>69312945
No

>>69312976
Good? No
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>>69312976
no, you can be a webdev / enterprise code monkey but you'll never be a good programmer
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>>69312945
Yes but you'll never dream in code
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>>69312976
No.
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>>69313012
why dream in code when code is just an abstraction of graphs
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>>69312945
>I code you code he codes...
http://programming-motherfucker.com
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>>69312997
Lol data science is not real programming. It's something any monkey can do. Building enterprise software that's not buggy to meet your customers needs is real programming
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>>69312976
yes
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>>69312945
what about 27 ?
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>>69313140
Get a Comp.Sci or such a degree from a good university and it'll be fine.
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>>69312976
>>69312945
>coding
>coder
Don't bother applying.
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>>69312945
No, it is never too late to realize coding is for crazy ppl
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>>69313083
>http
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Officially the age too old to be a virgin too.
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Not to demoralize, it's sort of late. You might as well reach the level of mediocre programmer, but certainly would never-ever outperform those who have been dedicated since middle school, also with supporting and qualified mentors.
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>>69312945
No. You have no idea what you're capable of.
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>>69312945
it's never too late to learn something new.
except on your deathbed.
that is too late.



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