From Cibernética Americano
As you may know, it is unusual for programmers to have life long careers. It's not unheard of though and of course it's the norm for computing academics. Here's the top level of my story.
1974 - 2018
This is the wage labour half of my work life, which is detailed by an unusual amount of material starting with Praxis Tour which as a responsive bootstrap tour, c. 2015 with drupal sites for desktop and mobile devices a cover page and 10 page resume, etc. 1974 is the start because that's when I took training at the schools Control Data was running and actually did first programming, but I went back for a 4 year degree majoring in Math and CS and only had operator jobs until 1980. I did have a DP course at a community college before CDC in '73 which pushes it back to my teens. The Control Data Institute I went to btw, was in the building shown on the Bob Newhart at that time as where he had his office.
From the late nineties I mostly worked remote, but did work on-site in Buffalo in '14, and from the mid-late 80s most of my work was on a contractor/1099 basis. Late '18 is the demarcation point after which I consider this phase of working life ended, the last actual gig was in the spring of that year.
2019 - †
About Legacy Content
Much of the legacy content had as its original purpose job seeking. Now it is maintained for historical purpose. This content works where it works, e.g. flash (like the Old Web Portfolio), or areas broken by TLS (https), modern browser constraints.