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>too outspoken, yadda yadda. I much prefer to work with more enlightened
>and intelligent people, so it's good to weed those idiots out of the mix at
>an early stage.
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I recently completed a gig where most of the people that I worked with were
22. This company snatched people right out of college. At times, I
seriously felt like a high school principal.
The most rewarding contract was the one where most of the developers were
40-60 years old. These guys knew things that most younger programmers could
only dream of, and they weren't talking about how much partying they did the