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It does seem like there are quite a few people over the age of 40 here learning to code with excellent results (see the happy camper stories, there should be at least a couple of people there), so I'm encouraged by that, and I hope you are too! It was very motivating and enlightening to read the stories above.
(I'm looking at all the 20 somethings and feel a bit out of place and not competitive enough). Programming is one of these things that no matter how old you are, if you get good at it, nothing can stop you.
A lot of it is done remotely, so people won't even know how old you are unless you tell them.
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On top of that, probably you have already skills in other fields (in your case music), which might seem very different, but surely you can find a way to combine that with coding Personally, I learned a lot about these things from this book, The Clean Coder by Robert C. You could start by reading the first three chapters, they changed my mindset a lot. Myself I am 56 and learning development as a new career path, and I have no doubts that I will find employment.Come join the chat group at 40Plus Devs , its a quite room, not a lot of chatter... Here is an answer from Quincy himself: Quincy Larson - Is it too late for an X-year-old to learn how to program? It's been 25-30 years since I started with my VIC-20 in middle school and DEC VAX timeshare in high school. Maybe this saying attributed as a Chinese Proverb would work for the I'm 44 and although I had a short incursion into coding 15 years ago when I started a computer science degree, I struggled, eventually dropped out and have since steered clear of coding.Life took me in a different direction than coding for quite a while, but I always enjoyed it. I decided to learn front end development about 6 months ago and since then have wondered the same thing.Estimates by decade of life are also less affected by changes in incidence and mortality rates than longer-term estimates.The SEER report estimates the risk of developing breast cancer in 10-year age intervals (1).