Being A Developer After 40
Being a young developer is easy. One learns fast, new technology is exciting, and every type of work is accomplished easily. But if you’re getting older, things change. You might have a family, not enough time for learning, or just have realized that you value your spare time more if you’re not programming. Adrian Kosmaczewski shares his experience with being a developer after 40 and why learning the basics of a programming language is more important than focusing on frameworks and specific libraries.