Whenever I hear "We need more programmers! Make more young people interested in programming! Teach programming at kindergarten!" I always get the urge to ask "What did you do with the old ones you had?"
Where are all those programmers you hired 5-20 years ago? Why is no programmer at your company older than 40? Why do you have *senior* software engineers that are 25 years old? What did you do to all those people?
If you can't take care of your employees, no wonder you never have enough.
The source code for several Infocom interactive fiction games was published on Github, e.g. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, by Steve Meretzky and Douglas Adams
It is proven! I am srxavi on Keybase: https://keybase.io/srxavi/sigchain#135d572e9289d19745f566c3677952da993642f76508af1bae20f8ab86bfab910f
Although I'm not a new mastodon user I've just joined fosstodon.org
My interests include #FreeSoftware, privacy advocacy and everything related to technology improving life for everybody. I've been using #Linux since mid 90s and I've been involved in local free software communities
I'm also a fan of pen and paper role-playing games, indie video games and literature.
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