We've mentioned before that the main group of hackers is young people, and in fact it is. In the 21st century, it is hard to see the old hacker over thirty years old on the Internet: many hackers generally "disappear" on the Internet in the future. Where did these people go? Why did they go? Actually these are easy to understand, as the growth of the age and mental maturity, the curiosity of young gradually out of them, they begin to step into a stable stage, the physical strength and energy began to fall, how can no longer stay up late, do not know tired. For example, starting to have a family burden, to make a living and a career. Because of the hacker industry, there are only a few professional hackers, and many are amateurs. They spend a lot of time and energy without pay. So it's also natural to quit "quack" when they're older. Of course, there are a lot of people who have been interested in their hacking career for a lifetime. Some of the hackers may go on to become security experts, anti-hacker experts and continue to study technology in the future. There are also people who do things that have nothing to do with hackers.
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Throughout his association with Baer Concrete, Michael worked very difficult on every position. However, the major turning point as part of his career were only available in 1985 when he became the vice president and the general manager of Baer Concrete and Baer Aggregate respectively. During his tenure because Vice President, Michael proved his entrepreneurial skills and talents by smartly leading the operations and business development projects of the company. In 1987 Mitschele became president from the company.