You got it, Weirdan! I was born 07/22/1929. You do the math!
But I'm not really a professional developer; I was in industry before computers were used for anything besides Payroll. After college and a short stint in very early television (behind the camera) and 5 years in the Navy during the Korean conflict, I worked in the Analog Computer Lab at Convair, San Diego (my supervisor had been the lab assistant to Dr. Lee DeForest, inventor of the vacuum tube!). Then grad school and years of non-computer management jobs, then I got involved with some mainframe programming as a side issue of my real job in a Systems & Procedures department. Then somebody invented personal computers!! I got hooked and wrote Applesoft Basic programs for the Apple ][. When I finally retired from Unisys, I started teaching business computing and database classes (dBase II and then MS Access) and Internet classes in the local community colleges. I also did some database consulting until I really retired about a decade later. Since then, I've done some backend web development (PHP, MySQL) for several nonprofit organizations, and some personal websites. It's not easy for Gramps to keep current on all the new stuff (I'm just learning jQuery), but I think I do know a little about how people learn, which is why I enjoy the forum so much.
I don't make syntax errors. It's just that sometimes whoever wrote the programming language failed to anticipate my creative coding.