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I was trying to think specifically when a developer, who codes in a specific programming language, is starting to become a dinosaur. It's not his/her age because there are lots of old guys working with new technologies and even creating them. But when I was reading this post from Bruce Eckel (it has been discussed here as well) I was thinking that when a technology stops doing new things then...
on Jan 7, 2008