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Dear, phone app users,
We would like other people to use our wonderful and amazing and great and wonderful app but we need your help!! That's why we pop obnoxious friendly reminder to recommend/rate/pump our app so you can trade a small inconvenience for you for the betterment of humanity. Share the joy, we are all one people, one tribe that all needs to use our amazing app that will deliver humanity to the promised land.
I always run my significant other on a seperate thread, that way if it crashes the main thread is not affected
I'm also someone with Asperger's, this story makes me sad. The person seems like someone who isn't equip to having this sort of job and isn't willing/able to equip himself.
It is true people on the spectrum often find it more difficult to ask for help. It's something I struggle with becuase I find the experience very uncomfortable and whilst it's irrational I fear if I ask for help the other party will think I'm stupid or something else unexpected will happen.
The difference is, I'm actively working to overcome this limitation and if push comes to shove, I'll ask for help.
This person clearly isn't working out and probably isn't ready for this sort of position.