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The graduate

Peter in his cap and gown I’m taking a month off to celebrate the UW college graduation of my younger son, Peter. Peter was diagnosed with autism just before his second birthday. He’s always considered it an advantage, providing him strengths that set him apart. You can hear Peter talking about it at a charity event ten years ago. He’s now a meteorologist and off to get his Masters at the University of Oklahoma and the National Weather Center. Yeah, I’m a proud papa.

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  1. Congratulations! I’m somewhere on the spectrum myself, though when I was a child, doctors were still figuring out what autism was. My experience is that it’s given me a natural edge in doing the work of developing software.

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