sid smith wrote:Yes, if you are great problem solver, then getting a job becomes easy for you. If I were you, I'd try to size up the competition and see where I stand. If you see that you are a great problem solver and are as good, if not better than the average developer or person, then you have a good chance of being ahead of your competition, even when you are much older than them. However, if there are many guys like you and they are willing to do the job for less compensation (eg. because they don't have their own family), then you could be at a disadvantage. In the end, I 'd
say go for it. Take some courses in a college and/or online coaching. If you like it and excel in it, then dive deep into it.
sid smith wrote:...I am wondering which company will be willing to hire a 37 year old person as an entry level developer especially if there are younger developers with similar intelligence, skills and maybe more experience ? Probably some GIS company as one of the posters suggested.
chaitanya karthikk wrote:... I hope there is some scripting language for max also like we have action script for flash...