Been doing management, sales and marketing for the past dozen years. studying programming on my own to get out of the current industry I am in and do something I would actually enjoy. Started with C# 2.5 years ago, now doing C++.
my age isnt important. 80 percintile of what? asp? i didnt say it wasnt more of the widely used but the classics are still going strong. classics is the wrong word but i cant think of what would be better
I've lost track of how many web dev companies my college has shopped my resume around to that turned me down because I didn't know ASP.NET. I know PHP/HTML/CSS/XML and dabbled with JS but have yet to find a company that wants a programmer with those skills (even less locally). I went into a book publishing company that was local to get a web dev job and was told I had to know ASP.NET, Access, C#, and VB so I never bothered applying because I know none of them.