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hmmm...maybe 2 years...hardly learned anything for a long time though....
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A similar thread here
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From that thread:
Alvaro wrote:No, I am almost 29.
Good. Sometimes I wonder if some of the people here came out the womb with keyboards in their hands.
Scary...my family didn't have a computer until i was 12! (or a tv til i was 8 or 9 or something!!)
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Same as RecursiveS. I seem to have hit an event horizon where time is divided x. Where x equals an infinite number of other things to learn and do!
Engineering Student : "How does it work?"
Science Student : "Why does it work?"
Arts Student : "Would you like fries with that?"
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Kybo_Ren wrote:~ 6 years, with a few years off.
About 3.5 - 4 years of programming
I like your signature
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Hmm, I honestly can't remember when I started. Somewhere along the lines of 3 years I believe. Like most everyone else here, that's 3 tentative years, there were lots of breaks and half ass learning.
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3 years, lots of breaks, lots of not learning
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