Writing - page 2

This is an aggregated list of all my blog posts, newsletters and ramblings for the various projects I work for and have worked for.

CES 2020 — Highlights for the More Technically Minded

Chris Ward is here (a week late) reporting on his favorite announcements from the Consumer electronics show.

What to Expect in Open-Source Software in the Next 6-12 Months?

As the year draws to a close, it’s time to gaze into the crystal command line and see what 2020 might hold.

Revisiting Desktop Linux- Drowning in the Deep End

Embark on the start of a new journey in Linux with our shiny new Dell XPS 13”. Let’s get started.

IOST — The Decentralized Internet of Services

An interview with Terry Wang, co-founder and CEO, Ling from White Matrix who built a web-based IDE for IOST, and Aleksi of Attic labs who build games.

Multipass and MicroK8s- the Quickest Route to Ubuntu and Kubernetes?

Would your Kubernetes-based workflows run better on Multipass and MicroK8s?

I appreciate that not everyone who writes documentation is a native English speaker, or even if they are, may not understand the best way to write clearly and concisely. Many native English speakers had our last grammar lesson more than 20 years ago, and have learnt the tips and tricks we now use as professional writers recently. There are three important things to remember to justify the time and effort of making your writing more understandable:

What’s one of the first things you look at when you look at using a new project?

Documentation structure applies to your documentation as a whole, and to each page. Let’s start at the top and work down.

A fullstack dapp for creating unique tradable tokens

This dapp implements is a Crypto-collectible game built on top of the ERC-721 standard for creating unique tokens.. This tutorial is intended to be followed using the online IDE available at studio.ethereum.org, and selecting the CryptoPizza template.

Create a "Hello World" fullstack dapp

This dapp implements a Hello World style application that echoes a message passed to the contract to the front end. This tutorial is intended to be followed using the online IDE available at studio.ethereum.org, and selecting the Hello World template.

A fullstack dapp for creating tokens

This dapp implements the simplest form of a cryptocurrency that uses the ERC-20 standard to define a token you can create and send to others. This tutorial is intended to be followed using the online IDE available at studio.ethereum.org, and selecting the Coin template.

Multipass and MicroK8s- the Quickest Route to Ubuntu and Kubernetes?

Would your Kubernetes-based workflows run better on Multipass and MicroK8s?

Stories from KubeCon - Carmine Rimi of Canonical

We’re bringing you more from KubeCon with the Product Manager of Kubernetes and AI from Canonical.

FlureeDB is a database purpose-built to fit the requirements of modern enterprise applications while providing blockchain capabilities for data security, workflow efficiency, and industry interoperability.

Stories From KubeCon With Jason McGee, CTO, IBM Cloud Platform

Get it first from IBM Cloud Platform CTO Jason McGee about what IBM Cloud is about, who it’s for, and what it offers.

Stories From KubeCon- IBM announces Razee, a Multi-Cluster Continuous...

Stop pushing and start pulling with this new continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes, straight from IBM at KubeCon.

ETHBerlin 2019 - Decentralized Heatathon

I wasn’t at Berlin Blockchain week in 2018, so can’t directly compare the two events, but this year seemed busy to me, others mentioned they thought it was quieter. However, the venues used for the events were large and sprawling, so it was hard to get a complete picture of how many attendees there were, but the crowd felt enthusiastic to me. Especially considering the sweltering heat for most of the week.

Top 5 Resources for Web App Accessibility

Kickstart turning your web pages into accessible web pages. Here are our 5 favorite resources for learning what you need to change and how to implement those changes.

7 Ways to Make Your Angular App More Accessible

Angular is a popular framework for creating powerful JavaScript applications quickly. However, it doesn’t always create the most accessible applications. In this post we look at ways that anyone can implement to make Angular based applications usable by all.

Accessibility Regulations You Need to Follow: Section 508

What is Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and why should you adhere to it when developing your product or services? Learn what you need to know in this article.

Motor Disabilities and What You Need for Accessibility

Designing for accessibility can make your website better for everyone. In this article, we’ll define motor disabilities and talk about web development strategies for improving accessibility for users with a motor disability.

Auditory Disabilities and What You Need for Accessibility

The web increasingly provides both a rich visual and audio experience. In this article, we’ll define auditory disabilities and talk about web development strategies for improving accessibility for users with hearing impairment.

Vision Disabilities and What You Need for Accessibility

In this article, we’ll define vision disabilities and talk about web development strategies for improving accessibility for users with visual impairments.

Bosque- Microsoft’s New Programming Language

Check out this great introduction to Microsoft’s open-source Bosque language as well as hear from its creator.

Bosque- Microsoft’s New Programming Language

Check out this great introduction to Microsoft’s open-source Bosque language as well as hear from its creator.