These weird people with headphones on, working strange hours, not wanting to stand in front of the group in Standups and for talks - what are they, where to they come from and how do you handle them at work?
The book is structured as a self-help book, assessing various aspects of Asperger Syndrome, how they manifest and what that might mean in the workplace. It also discusses personal and environmental mitigations. Each chapter concludes with a list of things that the Aspie and their employer could do, and leaves a number of questions that can help to develop a personal or environmental programme.
Useful for people that live with a geek population, where the number of Aspies is supposedly higher than average, and for geek herders as well. Fast read, but not everything is useful. Still worthwhile.
“Asperger’s on the Job”, Rudy Simone, EUR 13.45