Dispelling the Myth of Ageism in IT
IT is often seen as an industry where youth rules, but that's not actually true, says Denise Donohue, network architect at consulting firm NetCraftsmen. In fact, many networking practitioners and other IT pros continue to have full careers into their later years, she says. In this video, she talks about aging in IT and how knowledge is key to respect in the field. Donohue, a highly esteemed practitioner, instructor, and author, also provides advice to those considering a career in networking.
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