age of Python programmers
gerrit at nl.linux.org
Sat Sep 4 12:12:19 CEST 2004
Steve Holden wrote:
> nnes wrote:
> >JanC <usenet_spam at janc.invalid> wrote in message
> >news:<Xns954A5141FF84JanC at 188.8.131.52>...
> >>Gerardo Herzig -Departamento de Proyectos Especiales e Internet- Facultad
> >>de Medicina schreef:
> >>>30 years old. First program at 11 (Basic) on ZX Spectrum.
> >>/me too (now 30 & started with ZX Spectrum Basic at 11)
> >count another one, me too now 30 years, started with ZX Spectrum Basic at
> I'm 54, and I first programmed an ICT (later ICL) 1900 in Algol 60 and
> PLAN at the age of 16.
I'm 19, and I started with Python when I were 13, in December 1998.
See also this usenet message, dated 29 May 1999. It's one of the very
first messages from me to the Python newsgroup. I'm not a very intensive
programmer, and I mainly do small scripts for useful purposes (I have
approx. 50 of them, one of which creates my .sig). I haven't looked
closely at other languages, although I looked a bit at Ruby. College
will teach me Java later this year.
Gerrit (still here, now and then).
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