I admit, I’m guilty of one or more of these (especially the Prima Donna), but there are things that I can — and do — work on. Reading this article made me rethink some of my attitudes as a developer and a manager, but it was this one line made the whole article come together:
What’s worse, they don’t have a single ounce of Asperger’s in them, so they insist on staring at your eyes throughout the meeting.
My experience ranges from consulting with businesses on their web presence to building websites for multinational companies, and pretty much everything in between.
I've been coding since the mid-80s, and built my first website from scratch in 1998, eventually deciding to focus on WordPress in 2009. Since then, I've been able to contribute to over a dozen releases of the core software, and several themes and plugins for the public and various clients.
After 12+ years in the Navy, I graduated with Liberal Studies degree from Oklahoma Christian University, studying Information Systems, Business, Bible, and History.
When not geeking out on code, I likes to visit the zoo with my wife and daughter, take photos I never do anything with, and choke back tears when a companion leaves Doctor Who.
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