[Three Female Computer Scientists Walk into an AMA] is the latest episode of Reddit’s podcast — [Upvoted]. It’s a “roundtable discussion on STEM” with three MIT Computer Scientists:
- [Elana Glassman]
- [Jean Yang]
- [Neha Narula]
During the episode (at 42:45) the discussion turns to learning:
“Nobody is born knowing how to program… and it doesn’t matter what age you are when you decide you want to learn.”
I’m interested to hear your thoughts and experiences on this.
Does it matter how old you are when you begin to learn to code?
How old were you when you started to learn?