Had a great time recording this podcast. The host is Mark Sylvester. He was cofounder of the company that did Disney's 1st animation. They went on to create the software that revolutionized animated films. He is very involved and connected with the people driving the development and economic growth of the 805 area code of California.
The discussion revolves around my view and perspective as a person with Asperger's working in the high tech world. I think you will find lots of Ah Ha moments where my unique perspective helps you make sense of past interactions.
You can also find the podcast on iTunes. Seach for 805Conversations.
Thank so much to Mark, Patrick, and the shows sponsors.
Can't believe the popularity!!
Had the wonderful opportunity to speak to about 40 members of the Denver Microsoft SQL Server Users Group. I was an extra pleasure as this was the users group where I learned many of my skills before there was Google.
My concepts are based on neurodiversity and more common neurotypicals are the non-tech interviewers. As in my Alien Multiverse concept, the perceiving and processing differences are so great, we can't understand them. I teach to accept them as aliens and learn what the aliens like and don't like. Then do that, regardless of how silly or stupid it seems in your universe.
This presentation was an expansion on a number of topics covered in my book "Geeks Guide to Interviews: 15 Critical Items for the Technical Type".
Due to some technical issues, Tim forgot to turn the camera on the tripod on, there is no audio or video record of this talk. But there are some pictures a few of which I have included here.
While talking to this technical a group about doing...