Naomi Saphra

What does a coder do if they can't type?  ↦

Naomi Saphra:

In August of 2015, my hands stopped working. I could still control them, but every movement accumulated more pain, so every motion came with a cost: getting dressed in the morning, sending a text, lifting a glass. I was interning at Google that summer about to begin a PhD in Scotland, but coding all day would have left me in agony.

File under things-I-take-for-granted-but-totally-shouldn’t


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