Two weeks ago, I wrote an article here on dev.to called "You're never too old to learn to code" that talked about how I felt there is a bias in tech/startup culture that leans towards a younger crowd. Then just today I was scrolling through my news feed and noticed that Engadget published an article about how workers claimed Intel was getting rid of older staff systematically during layoffs meant to "fuel Intel's evolution."
#2 Do large corporations like Intel have the right to do massive layoffs to older employees in the name of innovation?
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Anthony has been an explorer of the digital space for over a decade. From transforming start-ups into multi-million dollar organizations, to helping nonprofits solve real world problems with digital solutions, his passion is using software to help change the world one pixel at a time.