"For 40 years, I programmed in C, C++ and Python, primarily in the Unix and Linux environments"
Really. Is your name Ken? I didn't think so.
You can't pull bullshit around smart people. Though maybe you don't notice it so much at a dairy farm.
C was not seen out side of Bell Labs until 1973 at the earliest, most likely 74 or 75, so *maybe* that is true. But the C Programming Language was published in '78, so I call BULLSHIT.
C++ was just a gleam in Stroustroup's eye until about 1983, so I call more BULLSHIT.
Python first hit the streets in '89 or '90, so more BULLSHIT.
Unix, unless you were at Bell Labs, was not seen anywhere until the earliest, 1974, so maybe not bullshit, but I'd still call more BULLSHIT.
And linux is not even 15 years old, so there's no way that anybody has been programming on Linux for 40 years, so still even more BULLSHIT.
Stupid recruiters can't tell the difference between bullshit and tasty chocolate, but Google does not have stupid recruiters.