> You are 66 so you probably really don't know how to use a computer. My best computer guys were born in the late 80's early 90's!! They started playing with the darn things as toddlers........
45 years ago I was writing code for NASA to process images
40 years ago I was writing code to process EEG and EKG data on an Interdata mini (32 kb memory and paper tape) and send it across a bunch of copper wires to an oil
cooled IBM 7094 interconnected via a round tape 3803 controller interface to a IBM 360/40 (the only such interconnection in the world at that time - the 360/40 thought the 7094 was a tape drive)
35 years ago I was writing code to connect IBM mainframes to a weird thing called the DarpaNet
26 years ago I was writing code to try to keep web data flows from overwhelming my poor old mainframe dinosaurs.
I retired as a professional systems programmer on IBM and PCM mainframes in 1999 because OOL and other object related stuff just confused the hell out of me. And, change was coming at an accelerating rate and sailing was not changing so fast.
Some of us old farts still remember a couple of things - but probably not where I left my Medicare Card or which Rx I need to take this afternoon.
The big problem with us old programmers is we want to do it all ourselves and cannot figure out how to get the "helpful" tools available online to do what we want. I can bake a cake from scratch but have trouble opening the fancy box of a baked cake from a high end confectionery.