Tonight we're showcasing Scott Shea from Job Sink.
Here is the obligatory round-up post for my four part series on Aspergers/ASD and the Agile software development methodology. It may seem that I am against Agile which is not the case by far. I think that Agile helps eliminate many of the dead times I found in Waterfall projects where I sat there waiting for my section of the project to start.
Still Agile can be challenging for those on the Spectrum and requires work to make it inclusive of the population as a whole. You can check out the articles here:
Part 1 - Change
Part 2 - Customers
Part 3 - Software
Part 4 - Interactions
Sharing and Cooperation - by Dana Reinecke, PhD, BCBA-D Sharing and cooperative play are among the most difficult skills for children to learn, whether or not they have a diagnose...
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