As Brodie Keast, a tech veteran (which, to my chagrin, has become a code word for “old’), wrote, the bogus stereotypes of older workers — lapsed skills, old ideas, toned-down work ethic, poor health, and unwillingness to “fit in” — are particularly insidious, because few bother to question them.
Here’s How to Start Closing Silicon Valley’s Age Gap
Steven Levy

I agree with what Brodie wrote (and he was a great manager at Apple!) — Why is “experienced” now considered bad? Why if you took the time to learn and deeply engage with new technologies and ideas (many times) are you less qualified than someone who is “native?” Being informed and cognizant of “the past” is very different than “bring stuck in it.”

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