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    SitePoint Zealot Lars's Avatar
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    Hi.

    I am asking about all you other guys age. I'm 15.

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    Just turned 17.

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    I am 13 years old. I really don't think it matters what your age is, just what you can produce. This summer I probably have more work than the normal 30 year old web developer. This summer I have been contracted by a multimillion dollar hand bag company to do web development, was hired by the Seattle based startup www.broadcastzone.com, was contracted to do the web development for our cities brand new movie cinema, and was hired to design their website and do contract work for www.00digital.com, a front-page design and digital movie editing company. I guess you could say I am a bit busy!

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    I can't remember if I posted this before.. I'm 20. I've been making websites since 1995, designing them for others since 1996.

    That's back when ALL website backgrounds were GREY, the hottest browser was Netscape 2, you had to PROVE why you wanted a domain name, and AOL had just released version 2.0

    Ahh the good 'ol days...*reminiscent grin*
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    I'm 22.

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    Old man at 26

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    (oops, wrong thread)

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    16 - Started when I was twelve,

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    I am 15 now. I learned HTML in 1995 (when I was 10), before the family even had any computers at all. In 1996, I got my computer, and started my quest to master the Windows Operating System. In 1997, I realized that I was pretty good with computers, but Windows wasn't going anywhere, so I decided to learn about the web. In 1998, I was busy setting up another computer, and playing with Windows 98. Then I started thinking professionally about the Internet. In 1999, I started my job as network admin, launched a little site, and did a lot of work for my first year in high school. Now in the year 2000, I am going big on the web, learning new languages, and tinikering around.

    I don't think anyone cares about that, but here are my opinions. People on the internet should not be judged by their age, but by their experience, knowlage, and maturity. I know a lot of people that act like adults, in some cases better. Since this generation of kids usually know more than their parents, you should be proud.

    I really hate it when people treat me differently because I am still 15.

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    I'm 20.

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    SitePoint Enthusiast Daniel's Avatar
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    I'm 16 on July 1st

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    I'm 28.

    Grew up with a Commodore 64.

    Still remember 300 Baud modems.

    Used a computer called a PET in elementary school. Anyone remember that?

    Adam

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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy Karl's Avatar
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    Ha Commadore 64. I had a C16 - and you think your PC is slow (Although it did have cool games that had playability over graphics).

    I fall in the 18-25 age range

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    The Commodore 64 was the greatest (well in terms of games). Zorro for the 64 was the best damn games ever

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    Yes, that's what I used my C64 for. I had so many games and I was like 12 years old. I was really into Ultima I, II, III and IV as well as the Infocom text adventure games (Yes, no graphics, but fabulous games. You can download Zork I, II and III here: http://www.csd.uwo.ca/Infocom/games.html )

    I know I'm getting totally off track, but remembering those days just gets me going. Ah the days of youth... (Again, I'm 28)

    Adam

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    Well I still get to enjoy the days of youth, and they are fun of course. A friend of mine gave me an old Texas Instruments Workstation, it is a fun toy. It runs cartriges, and has a QBasic-like interface. I had so much fun with it...

    I also have an old atari, colecovision, C64 and other things from long ago. I know I don't have the same attachment as you guys, but they are still amusing to me.

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    I've still got an original NES, a WORKING Mac SE from around '84, SNES, 640k sticks of RAM, and the first MacWorld magazine. Never tried a C64...but they're all the rage at /. so hopefully I'll get to give one a try.

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    If you looking for old-school 80's games... that is what my site is. check it out www.sparkgames.com/test.html

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    Ahh- the C-64. I remember thinking Jupiter Lander was the greatest game ever. Sure beat pong. And Zork, man I played that game so often, I could finish it blind-folded. That computer is still sitting up in my parent's attic with the external 5 1/4" drive, the tape back-up, the green monitor--used to think it was so cool to be able to hook it up to the TV to get a color picture. One of our programming classes in high school was basic on C-64s. I'll be joining the ranks of 30 year olds this November.
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    Skills to Pay the Bills Sparkie's Avatar
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    Haha this brings back memories. I still own an Atari and TRS 80 Computer from 1981. The coolest thing you could do with that computer was change the color of the screen


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