I'm 56. I've been in the computer business for 32 years. I have no college. I've worked for 3 companies, one very large and 2 very small. The small companies hired me for my skills which I developed at the large company. My current title is Field Applications Engineer. The 6 figure salary is not bad. YMMV.
We build all of our servers with Supermicro boards (X8 annd X9 series). They all work fine with Fedora, CentOS, and RHEL 6. www.germane.com
Fuel from thin air? This must be the internet.
That's what I was thinking.
Now get off my lawn.
.... Pole Dancing.
All of the above. You did say celebrate didn't you? Does that involve drinking?
Windows XP to Fedora 14.
And get off my lawn.
When I was in high school in the early 70s, we had a terminal (teletype) connect to a HP3000F through a 110 baud, acoustic coupled, modem. It ran HP time-shared BASIC. There was 4 or 5 of us that figured out how to make it work. In '74 they offered a "Computer Science" class. In the 1st 6 weeks of the class we had 5 teachers and none of them new squat about a computer. We had to teach them how to work the terminal. Easy A though.
Of course we had to walk 10 miles to school, in the snow, up hill, both ways.........
Page often used a Danelectro, too