Joel Cochran wrote:

I went back at 28 also and got a Masters of Science in CIS.
But CIS is definitely >NOT Computer Science. The closest
we got to programming was using Access for a project in our
Database Management class - which was a joke when I had been
working >on the AS/400 all day long!

Try changing careers at 40 to become a programmer. My background as a
psychological researcher was not a substitute for learning about
programming languages, but it helped in thinking about systems designs
and working with managers. There's more to being a good developer than
programming languages. :-)

Kelly


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