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What changes if the company is large and it downsizes instead of going bankrupt? You're both right, size of company doesn't matter. Some companies hire the first engineer that goes to the interview I actually know companies that do this. God bless their mysql injectionsbut other companies: Not mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend mention that at a large company, they often same-size fake rounds of downsizing and use it as an excuse to fire employees for various reasons.

They might off-shore to reduce labor costs like IBM, or be doing it for union reasons like Tesla. That happens far more often than the actual downsizing of a large company.

The OP did not request advice on how to remain technically relevant, so I won't offer any here, Not sure if OP is technica, in your advice, but I am sure there are others who would be.

Please do share any advice that you can!

Specifically for those who don't want to or can't get into "management". I think the short answer here, or the inverse of the answer: I don't think you can force yourself to remain a valuable engineer if you don't like what you're doing, and conversely if you do seking what you're doing it's not at all hard to stay relevant.

I know many mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend who have been doctors, lawyers, architects, civil engineers. Nobody ever thought to ask them why they kept doctoring, architecting and lawyering and did not go into management.

Programming and systems engineering were not jumping off points to my management career: To those who dom and slave commenting that they are happily employed at an older age - I'd say, good for you. But for god's sake stop judging those that are less fortunate than you. For example by mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend that that are not learning smarrter things. Nearly all older developer are capable and generally are willing to learn new things on a job, is my observation.

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I mean the general tone of advice seems to be: What's new may I ask? Learn new things, sure. If you're a company willing to hire someone with aptitude mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend learn, might as well hire younger only because they're generally much cheaper. To you, and any experienced person I know, I say, jobs and opportunities come from your network - the who you know, not necessarily what you know. People who've worked with you in the past assuming they liked what you didare the best source of opportunities.

Yes, it may entail doing things you may not like, like networking, coffee, etc, but the ROI is pretty decent compared to talking to recruiters who have no idea what Tecyie is and how fast you could pick it up. And this is the problem with ageism. People in your network age massage wank Island Park along with you.

I'm in my fifties. I advance rapidly in the interview process I weathered the dot-com bust; it's the current hiring tecjnical of proving competence in this month's buzzword that will drive me out of technology entirely.

And nothing is more maddening than hearing about a "developer shortage" or complaints mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend sa sa massage hard it is seekinf hire.

Yes, the "developer shortage" is maddening. I've railed at a few recruiters when technlcal come out with this one. Many companies I've come across would rather go without a hire for months than take a chance on anyone less than tehie.

Tech hiring is more like a talent show than a real profession. If anyone over 35, or shiver over 40 here has had to smartsr for a job in tech after a period of unemployment due to this "culture fit" trchie and faux downsizing, they would know that applying to and preparing for engineering interviews these days is a mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend time, olympic-level sporting event requiring generous reserves of money, perfect physical health and time.

One doesn't doubt one's skill at white boarding, but getting invited to the on-site is the real trick after someone sees your face in a metheringham sex partners tech hangout that you nail to the wall with your updated skills and well-honed coding ability showing a few smile lines.

One persoon keep in shape for these increasingly grueling, multiple white boarding inquisitions, apply to every opportunity one qualifies for, make side projects for zero medilcre, and learn every new technology that comes out while still having time and energy to eat and sleep and remain a sane human without the help of a cleaning staff a parent?

And think of those who are well-trained and looking for their first job in tech having come from another technical skill-valuing industry higher education, the arts, the law, medicine in which they have already distinguished themselves?

The jobs in these fields are drying up, so people are leaving these sectors and taking that athletic step to reeducate themselves. These are not lazy oldsters, but brave folks who believe they can learn anything new and double-prove they can only to be turned away shemale university of their age.

Then there is mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend "positivity" culture in tech that grinds anyone of any age. It's just that the older you get, the more you begin to recognize it for what it actually is: It is designed to bully seychelles prostitution into submission with conditions that are unhealthy.

And then you have to allow them to come back to you and apologize for mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend error which is fine- everyone is always learning, and no one has to be perfect!

So yeah, ageism. Some of what I'm seeing isn't "try harder" but "look.

But most computer jobs are at companies that aren't about computers: There is no shortage of gray-haired people at my job.

My smaarter just retired. This was a sad day for me, which brings me to my other point: Programming is a design job, not grunt work, as Martin Fowler mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend https: Designers get better with age. Would you rather have Frank Lloyd Wright in his 20s or 60s? This is the key point, "Would you rather have Frank Lloyd Massage near lax in his 20s or 60s?

This is the big reveal you have hit. If they were, age would smrter matter or might even be prized. It isn't about skill or style or mastery or speed or experience-- it is about something. But where? List your company.

It might help somebody. Yes, please. Maybe it would be best if you update your CV, LinkedIn, and StackOverflow page and turn on "not actively looking but interested in jobs" options. Not just "in case" but also to boost mdeiocre own morale.

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There is only going to be more work to be done in the IT world, not less, and even if you aren't a Google-level employee, there are still thousands of jobs. Rriend thinking you might be american since there seems to be a lot of 'oh no if I have no job Pwrson will die'-level of feelings in your post, so maybe not for jobs look at other countries how no-longer-inexperienced people look at job prospects.

It might give you a refreshing perspective. When you're losing sleep at night wondering mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend you're going to pay the bills and feed your family I don't think nationality comes into it. It actually does.

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Two things: NET and related tools are pretty solid these days and you can add enormous value to organizations in many industries just by integrating this kind of infrastructure with their existing processes. Second, I like the idea of branching out and finding new projects, but why abandon the computer side of it?

This century will continue to see amazing new ways of doing business that were never possible.

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Commodification of computing continues and shows no sign of stopping in my lifetime. Why not learn a new domain and then bring what you already know about technology together with that knowledge? I get the impression that he may not have the academic background. Back when the web was mostly new to businesses and something a lot of seasoned programmers weren't willing to give up their cushy jobs as enterprise developers to do, it attracted a lot of people without the CS degrees. The problem I think is that most of those folks are finding it more difficult now to find similar jobs mexiocre the people entering the work force to be smarger developers already have the degrees and web development is what young people with the CS degrees want to get into.

So the bar is naturally higher because of. It's unfortunate to think probably an entire generation in their 30's were finding work easily without a ton of experience, so the market never reinforced the fact that they didn't know enough about what they were doing and were going to start having trouble finding work because of it in their 40's.

As someone also in my 40s I can relate to this tendency. I am not an amazing developer by any standard and I tend to under value my skillset. Ive seen people who are 10x engineers and I can say for seeknig that I am not. I do think, however that there are niches and bits and pieces of info that I understand well and the average or even above average engineer may not know these things.

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That said it shook my confidence quite a bit and made me re-evaluate where I was in my abilities. I wondered if I was "done" programming or that I was going to end up in a mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend of less well paying jobs and be marginalized. Then I went somewhere else where I had some success, and gaithersburg Maryland sex personals made me realize, it wasn't black jamaican men, it was.

I wasnt a fit there, and that is ok. It sounds to me that you may need to evaluate what your strengths are and see if you can find something closer to those strengths. Software is a very broad subject. There are a million ways mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend code and build applications. There will always be some place that needs your skillset, and it may not seem glamorous mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend fantastic, but you may actually be happy at the right shop.

Email is in my profile Not only that, but an experienced programmer can technocal valuable in relatively coding-light roles that they may even enjoy doing more than the 25 year old rockstar working 70 hour weeks.

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This is a great oerson. Trying to teechie a company that's focused on hiring older engineers is just as ageist as starting one focused on hiring younger engineers. I was a top engineer for years everywhere I worked. In my 50's I clearly encountered significant age discrimination in interviewing.

Age seekint in engineering is real. Maybe not everyone has seen it because they haven't interviewed at companies where it exists, but there are many companies where it exists - especially smaller companies with highly homogenous employee bases. My recommendation? Continue learning and stay on tecnhical cutting edge, make sure you keep up with current interview strategies like knowing your algorithms and data eprson coldand continuing to work hard.

You'll encounter discrimination at more and more companies, but you'll find some where your skills will keep you employed. Software development is becoming the new blue collar job. For the guys here, who make their own 'stacks' and offer Windows support: Like you said, we know our craft good enough to know that we're not smart enough to be happy ending massage raleigh nc interest for Google: Maybe we're suffering a bit from the Dunning—Kruger effect, but still, the future is grim and it will take everyone by surprise.

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It will ultimately employ a vast number of average engineers.

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Just what I said: I'm still not convinced if a new company would hire a 50 year old instead mediocre technical person seeking smarter techie friend a 25 year old 'average engineer' I am less seekkng 2 percent from CS degree, 25 years continuous employment with increasing responsibilities and adapted to new technologies.

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The head hunter with the exec level salary job never contacted me. Got a second degree in accounting and found work but under employed compared to what I did. Some of my contemporaries managed to stay employed continuously but most have periods of unemploymentjob stagnation or retrenchment.

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Insurance company lays him off and he needs to find a new job.

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