I played my first video game. It was amazing.

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As an adult woman with goals and responsibilities and relationships, I used to feel that I had missed the golden age for getting into gaming. When I was younger, I loved fantasy books and sighed with longing whenever I saw my cousin playing Skyrim. However, no one in my house owned a console, and I lacked the initiative to save up for one. I had little interest in the first-person shooter games that were so…

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Michelle Soedal

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Software Engineer at Microsoft. Firm believer that everyone has something to learn from others and everyone has something to teach.

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