This is a podcast episode titled, Ep. 126 C# Saved My Life with Luce Carter. The summary for this episode is: <p>Luce Carter shares details of her journey to becoming a highly successful Conference Speaker, and Developer Advocate. You may find it surprising to learn that someone on the Autistic Spectrum and who was diagnosed with ADHD has managed to become so successful in this role. She attributes the kindness of friends in the tech community who introduced her to programming and specifically C#. </p><p><br></p><p>Conversation Highlights</p><ul><li>[1:50] Luce Introduction</li><li>[2:54] Luce talks about her specialization on the Developer Relations Team</li><li>[4:14] Luce previously worked as a Developer and in QA</li><li>[7:24] Luce credits learning C# as saving her life</li><li>[12:09] What Luce wishes others knew about Autism</li><li>[16:27] Luce explains the "spoons" theory</li><li>[18:00] Luce talks about AD/HD and Imposter Syndrome</li><li>[21:37] Luce talks about the book she's writing</li><li>[25:17] Luce gives advice</li></ul><p><br></p>
Luce Introduces herself
Luce Carter Introduction
Luce talks about her specialization, .Net / C#
Luce previously worked as a Developer and in QA
Luce credits learning C# as part of what saved her life.
What do you wish other's knew about Autism?
Luce provides inspiration
Luce explains the spoons theory
Luce talks about ADHD and Imposter Syndrome
Luce talks about the book she's writing for Apress
Advice for others in DevRel or thinking of joining MongoDB