By no means! I'm 38, yes indeed I started coding over 25 years ago, I could go as far as to say 28 years ago, my mom says she saw me coding when I was 8, yet i really cant remember that.
anyhow, there is no "too old" when it comes to programming. just give it your all, starting here is a great way to do just that. finish the whole track here, then move to codeacademy.com they have actual programming courses, that will take you to the next level.
remember something, that most of starters just do not bother learning, LOGIC, algorithmical thinking, and logic!
search for good algorithm tutorials for beginners, programming IS ALL ABOUT LOGIC. get a problem, design a solution (an algorithm that solves the problem step by step, where the progress from the previous step to the next IS NOT IMPOSSIBLE NOR ILLOGICAL, and repeat).
the best tip i can give you is this:
RTFM = Read The Fu...Fabulous... Manual
Practice = at least put 2h/day into coding and learning
Practice = once you finished to Practice, Practice again some more
Practice = ... you get what I mean
SIGWYDK = Search In Google What You Don't Know, don't bother trying to memorize everything, google is your friend, as long as you have the LOGIC down, the language specifics aren't important, there must be documentation somewhere, and google is your friend! if google doesn't know of it, it doesn't exist.
then start playing around with whatever languages you want to use.