As i'm aged 60 + i guess i'll never get a new job
I wouldn't count yourself out. One of my coworkers is in his 90s and as best I can tell, we've got plenty of work to keep us all busy for the foreseeable future.
(Not impossible for our customers to throw sand in the works, of course.)
At least for myself, I'm never going to stop writing new software - paid or not - until I just can't do it anymore.
Please don't delete your PM account or any of your code. I think you would end up regretting that. And I think you make positive contributions to the PM community.
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