At 48 is it possible to change career and become an Asp.Net Developer?

I have very little internet experience. I use to be in sales. I want to start a new career in the web development field with Asp.Net. What are my chances to succeed at my age?(48). Can I expect to learn the material in 1 year at 3 H of study & practice per day? Please give some advices. Thank you so much for your time.

Asked By: - 7/9/2009
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Nothing stopping you from a career change as long as you have realistic expectations. For example, if your sales career was paying you $100K, don't expect to start in a new field at the same rate. Look at what others in the field are getting for starting salary and base any job prospects on that... More
Answered By: Jim Maryland - 7/9/2009
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I would check with your local community college. I do not mean ITT schools or something like that. I exactly mean your local community college or whatever fits your budget. You will find they can be quite honest about what you would require to be an ASP.Net developer.
Answered By: jplatt39 - 7/9/2009
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