margaret gillon wrote:. . . Have you studied programmers who have issues like dyslexia ? . . .
There was an article in the newspaper today about how people with difficulty spelling can be an asset; they can often see the whole of a puzzle. I know one girl (she isn't a girl any more) who could see anagrams in word puzzles much faster than anybody else. Bad spelling often goes with a great deal of imagination and creativity, and the article went on to accuse the education system of failing such people.
Kate Griggs, The Times, London: 30th April 2021, page 22. The bit about puzzles also appears in the same newspaper, page 14.
When people don’t understand what you are doing they call you crazy. But this tiny ad just doesn't care: