Can't speak for big-tech-companies, but if you're willing to accept a junior-ish salary, we would surely invite you to an interview. Tbh I prefer people with diverse/"off-topic" backgrounds when choosing candidates.
Thank you for your reply! That is somewhat what I am hoping for when I start applying. I need to figure out how many of the skills I have picked up through the years can apply to programming and try to really show the potential employer that I am willing and capable of picking up the skills they want as well. From my personal experience with hiring employees, I almost always prefer someone with SOME experience, but not a boatload. That way I can sort of mold them into what I need them to be.
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