"Scientific productivity indeed fades with age," Dr Kanazawa said. "Two-thirds [of all scientists] will have made their most significant contributions before their mid-30s."
But, regardless of age, the great minds who married virtually kissed goodbye to any further glorious additions to their CV. Within five years of the wedding, nearly a quarter of married scientists had made their last significant contribution.
Originally posted by Rufus BugleWeed:
I think as a general rule a musical artist's first record/CD is the best. But some keep cranking out good stuff for many years. Many more continue to be quality entertainment just playing their greatest hits.
I'd rather drive a truck.
I've been programming for almost thirty years and I would say that I am better now than I have ever been
Originally posted by vi kam:
I have, here at work some one like you. He is 50. (I dont know if you are older than that )
And he is the best programmer that i have ever known, and i have come across many in the last 10 years.
Yes the bottom line is if you are good at programming and are happy doing what you are doing then i dont think age or marriage will have any effect on your capability as a good programmer
Originally posted by Michael Morris:
My 50th BDay is next Tuesday.
Originally posted by John Dunn:
"can't please everyone, so ya gotta please yaSelf..."
Originally posted by <Sameer Jamal>:
Happy Half Century in Advance