I just finished the writing part of the new edition of the Developer Advocacy Handbook. I wrote the original almost 15 years ago, and this edition is a heavy re-write. A lot has changed in the world of Developer Advocacy and I tried to add my findings over the last few years to the book. […]
Testing your products for accessibility issues is a tricky thing. Your users have all kind of different needs and setups. They use computers in ways that appear daunting to you and hard to replicate. Any sighted person that used a screen reader to test their products can verify this. Often we turn off the sound […]
I’m super happy to announce that a new class of mine is now live at Skillshare. The title is Product Management: Tools for Improving Product Accessibility and in it I am covering a lot of tools to automatically check for accessibility in your products, but more importantly what you can do in your browser to […]
A few weeks ago Honeypot.io asked me to answer a few questions about my career, and here is the video of my answers. 00:00 Introduction 00:31 What are your top tips for career advancement? 02:03 What strengths are most important for a developer? 04:07 Work-life balance: how do you do it? 05:11 What mistakes have […]
If you got 25 minutes to spare, here’s a great episode of Matt Wojciakowski ’s “Tabs vs. Spaces” show where I talk together with my colleagues Erica Draud and Rachel Simone Weil about Edge Developer tools, accessibility, PWAs and what we’re doing to make it easier for beginners to get started.