A number of colleagues, and myself, were shown the door from Wall Street firms at around age 55.
It has already been observed that the average age of a software developer according to Stack is about 33.
Rather than ruminate on the maybes and why's, can anyone confirm that this is policy?
A terrible waste of priceless experience and talent, it must be.
There isn't even an "age" or "ageism" or "age discrimination" tag here, which I take to be confirmation of the premise.