First time I saw "code" and tried to make sense of it I was like 9 or 10 (1997ish), my first bit of JS I was 13ish (2000), shortly after I started programming my calculator (TI-83) with BASIC (2001), Visual Basic, C, and Java all in High School (2002-2005). But when I got to college the math was too hard so I changed majors, then joined the Army, and then had a kid. I tinkered a little bit with JS in the browser just for fun but for the most part I didn't write any code from 2006 to 2017. Then I decided on a career change and came back to programming and I've been writing Ruby, JS, and little bits of everything else, everyday for about a year and a half.
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