The new coders who went to college studied one of more than 485 different majors — most of which were not technology-related.
We asked 20,000 people who they are and how they’re learning to code
Quincy Larson

Given that your average age turned out to be 28….that’s suggestive that bunches of coders were doing before they got into college where they likely learned how to code either on their own or from earlier education.

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