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

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.

The WCAG: Accessibility Regulations You Need to Know

In this era ruled by digital information, it’s vital to make sure that the internet’s vast wealth of knowledge is accessible to as many people as possible. This article explains how adherence to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG, helps you get closer to that goal.

The International Accessibility Standards You Need to Follow

American web accessibility standards are often top of mind for most developers, but the United Nations, European Union and many nations have their own laws and policies. Read more about how to develop international accessibility standards in this blog post.

Netlify Dev- Test the Netlify Hosting Platform Locally

A DZone Zone Leader shares a podcast where he interviews the founder of Netlify and then shows how to use this platform on you local machine.

Pengwin- Linux Optimized for the Windows Subsystem

Here’s a walkthrough of Pengwin, a custom Linux distro built specifically with Windows in mind.

Start with writing a System Description Document. The Development Plan and Preliminary Audit are optional components but quite valuable for new development teams.

Creating a Serverless Application with KendoReact

In this article, we walk you through creating a serverless application with the Serverless Framework, deploying it to the cloud, and creating a user interface for it using KendoReact.

Revolutionizing Health Data With Arkhn

A discussion of what the team at Arkhn is doing with health data and the impact they hope it will have.

Fluree- Blockchain, GraphQL, and More- All in One Database

Learn more about Fluree and listen to an interview one of our Zone Leaders had with Co-CEO Brian Platz.

Revolutionizing Health Data With Arkhn

A discussion of what the team at Arkhn is doing with health data and the impact they hope it will have.

Q and A- Making Open Source More Accessible to Enterprises

In this interview, see what one company’s philosophy about open source products and development for enterprise apps holds.

Fluree- Blockchain, GraphQL, and More- All in One Database

Learn more about Fluree and listen to an interview one of our Zone Leaders had with Co-CEO Brian Platz.

Mojobot- The World’s First Tangible Coding Robot and Board Game

Learning to code with a board game? Sounds too good to be true.

Kauri aims to make building with Ethereum as straightforward as existing web 2.0 developer tools and frameworks. To help reach that goal, we are building a content platform for experts in the ecosystem to share their knowledge with those looking to grow theirs.

Will the Opera web3 wallet drive adoption?

A year or so ago I wanted to replace Google Chrome as my main browser. Why? First I was unsure and uncomfortable with the potential amount of data shared with Google. Second Chrome now reminds me too much of Internet Explorer in the 90s and early 2000s, where certain websites and features would only work in one browser, going against the entire concept of an open internet.

OpenStack Stein- Kubernetes and Bare Metal

The 19th release brings improved Kubernetes support, plus enhanced bare metal & network management.

Kauri is passionate about improving developer documentation and experience. At the moment we are working to do this in the Ethereum and Web3 space, in the longer term future we hope to do the same with other open source technologies. We do this with our content platform and helping fund and mentor project documentation improvements. For example, until April 30th we are helping fund documentation improvements to ENS and Plasma Group (components) as part of the Ethereal hackathon.

Removing the Lid on Kata Containers

To find out more about the Kata Containers project, including how they compare to other solutions, and recent developments, I spoke with the team.

Ten days ago Kevin Small posted Visualizing Bitcoin Transactions in 3D and Virtual Reality, making it the 500th post submitted to Kauri. We thought this was a great time to recap and recount some of our and your favorite posts from the past year since Kauri began.