I have a slight preference for the pronoun they, but you may call me she too.
I'm a developer in ASP.NET and TypeScript.
I'm an Aspie. My main trouble is sensory overload, but I'm working on social skills too.
In my spare time I like knitting, crocheting, photography and playing games.
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