I'm 75. Too many years in programming to be content in retirement. I took Fortran in my senior year of College in 1965. Main frames to pc's, Unix(X windows also) to DOS and Windows xx.x and Linux. Mostly employed in a manufacturing and scientific orientation in implementation setting. Familiar with Fortran, Oracle, Proc C, C, C++, Pascal plus others. I read Jeff's book shortly after it came out. My scanning the net brought me to Numenta. I have taken over a software company for 6 months in the owner's absence. Other management experience also.
My interest is the code and working with Python and your implementation. I have yet to get to a point of downloading and setting up and I need to set up an environment for development. Current objective is getting familiar with Virtualbox and some HPC stuff. I'm monitoring Numenta. I'll eventually get there - God willing.