Published another piece on Hackster!
This one talks about a Hackaday project, the Knobo, a project that helps individuals type using braile. This is important because braile literacy rates have dropped below 10% in visually imparied children.
Check out my third piece over on the Hackster blog to learn more!
Published my second piece on Hackster this time focusing on some other main interests of mine, cybersecurity and the open-sourced community.
If you store any aspect of personal data on the internet, then you can understand how important cybersecurity can be. We want to protect our data using high-tech cybersecurity tools but I also believe that is an important for these tools to be public facing, and not hiding any secrets behind closed doors. The Cybersecurity company that I talk about in my second piece SoloKeys, shares this world view and I couldn’t be more excited for the products they are currently developing.
But I won’t spoil anything for you, feel free to check out my second piece over on the Hackster blog for more details!
Hackster is the world’s largest network for hardware & software developers. With 1,100,000+ members and 18,000+ projects, beginners and professionals can learn and share how to build robotics, industrial automation systems, AI-powered machines, and everything in between.
For the past three years I’ve been both publishing and following tons of writers, inventors and creatives on Hackster.io. The website maintains an inspirational community that help promote fun side projects and ingenuis inventions. Which is why I couldn’t be happier that I was approached with an opporunity to start tech-blogging for the community.
As a technical writer I’ll be responsible for finding cool technical hardware or software projects online, summarizing them so the average user can understand them, and publishing that material for Hackster’s viewership.
Check out my first piece covering battery-free #IoT environmental tech out of MIT!
DEFCON one of the world’s largest hacker conventions, held annually in Las Vegas, Nevada, with the first DEF CON taking place in June 1993. Many of the attendees at DEF CON include computer security professionals, journalists, lawyers, federal government employees, security researchers, students, and hackers with a general interest in software, computer architecture, hardware modification, and anything else that can be “hacked”.
Equal parts boot camp and road trip, StartupBus is an annual competition designed to empower the tech community - challenging top tier talent to hop on a bus and conceive, build and launch a startup in just 5 days.