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Chris Voss
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Run/Walk for Autism
Well, I'm back...again...at last. So there's a few entries to catch up on over time. First, an event. One year ago this past October, I volunteered at the Triangle RunWalk for Autism, sponsored by the Autism Society of North Carolina, who I have worked with...
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The Education Interest
I'm back. So I was away for a month as I changed jobs and started migration of this blog to a new website. On top of that, a robust social life continues. Generally a lot of things that I could try to use as an excuse for not blogging. The job I decided upo...
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The Young Aspie Parent (An Intro)
Well, Father's Day just came and went. Mother's Day was last month. Since the start of May, a few friends have announced that they are expecting their first (or even next) child. One thing that I've always believed is that the most challenging responsibilit...
The Young Aspie Parent (An Intro)
The Young Aspie Parent (An Intro)
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"Keep Going"
Even Aspies have to keep going beyond their doubts. As some of you are aware, April was the start of the SQL New Blogger Challenge. It was a blog every Tuesday during the month. At one point I had sent out a tweet where I referenced the blog challenge havin...
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The Career Update
So after being consistent all month and blogging as part of the SQL New Blogger challenge, I let myself down and had yet to post another blog until one month later. Not exactly the best way to help with readership. Then I found inspiration yet again in a br...
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Autism and Information Technology: Big Data for Diagnosis
The final installment of this month's Autism and Information Technology series, and the last part of April's blog challenge (plus Autism Awareness Month). My last three entries were focused more so on people with autism getting into the IT field for careers...
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Autism and Information Technology: New Efforts for Kids to Code
So here's chapter three in the blog challenge series. It's a bit rushed since it's the blog challenge and I haven't given myself time to write, but I knew I should still write anyway, or more accurately to advertise for something worth your time and money t...
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Autism and Information Technology: Back on the Job Hunt
I'll be pivoting slightly in this blog challenge series, as I now need to publicly address a turn in my career and how I'll be doing things a bit differently...in a style that neurotypical people may relate to anyway. At this time last year I found myself l...
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Autism and Information Technology: Answering a Blog Challenge (Plus, Why I Like Data)
I have done a terrible job blogging over the last calendar year, like a majority of the population. The motivation to write on a topic I have a lot to say about has been limited, to say the least. I only have sparse thoughts and unfinished drafts. Maybe I'l...
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Recapping a Speaking Engagement
Earlier this month, I was in Philadelphia for a weekend trip. Hadn't been back in nearly six months. The reason was an autism awareness benefit put on by members of the city's hip hop community. Two of the event organizers have children who were diagnosed w...
Recapping a Speaking Engagement
Recapping a Speaking Engagement
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