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VF says

At 16 and started with BASIC .

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UXbarn says

At 11 I think. BTW , you guys remember this?: :D

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greenshady says

My family’s first computer was a laptop for my high school graduation gift. So, I was 18 when I first started tinkering with HTML and CSS . I’m now 28.

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Creattive says

Hm hard to say that. First in touch with After Effects i got at the age of 17. Making videos entirely created at PC started with 12, I think. I worked with blender and sony vegas and made some intros with that, mostly for school. Lol i can remember how I made every frame of a trailer in Paint Shop Pro to achieve the “look” I wanted… man if I knew After Effects back then xD

I’ve learned Blitz Basic at the age of 13, Java with 19. But I’m not a programmer.

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vervethemes says

I started when I was 10. Now I am 25. Has a lot to learn. :)

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vervethemes says

At 11 I think. BTW , you guys remember this?: :D

Credit: http://www.sydlexia.com/logo.htm

OMG OMG ! That’s how I started programming. You took me back to 1995. :)

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cssignitervip says

Hah yeah 1995 was it for me as well with some GWBasic in school and then a bit of Visual Basic on Windows 3.1

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webTypo says

I started using, playing with photoshop around 1997, it was Photoshop 4.0 But I made my first client project only in 2004 when I was 24 years old, it was a logo design. And ever since that time I use photoshop daily for work and still feel that I am a far away from a professional.

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MRMdesigns says

I started using After Effects about 3 years ago, when I was 13, but I was interested in making videos and stuff since I was 8 I guess…

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MSFX Moderator says

programming for me was 17 sadly, wish I’d had an earlier start but then I enjoyed not being tied to a computer for my youth lol

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