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Lessons learned from an Autism Coding Camp: A Q&A with Andrew Begel and Paige Rodeghero

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Dr. Andrew Begel, researcher at Microsoft, and Dr. Paige Rodeghero, professor at Clemson University in the US, answer questions on their recent paper which describes an Autism Coding Camp (conducted at Clemson, see link below).

Paige and Andrew discuss the importance of communication and teamwork for neurodiverse and neurotypical developers and the extra challenges faced going online with this camp. We also explored ideas for more inclusive tools and learning environments, and how to improve onboarding and inclusion of all developers in software teams.

This Q&A was recorded live as part of a workshop on Diversity, at a Senior Topics Course in Empirical Software Engineering at the University of Victoria on Oct 30th, 2020. In preparation for today's workshop, we read/watched materials posted on this page.

This Q&A is also available on YouTube.

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