By Piotr Gaczkowski, IOD Expert For regular folk, there are two operating systems available for computers: Mac or Windows. But for technical folk, things are much more colorful. Whether on servers, on Virtual Machines, or our private computers, we run OSes such as Linux, various BSD versions, Solaris, or even other, more exotic systems, like […]

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By Tina Ornstein, IOD Editor Blogging on technical topics for a knowledgeable audience is a little bit like tightrope walking — it requires incredible balancing skills and one false step sends you plummeting into oblivion. In other words, if you don’t find the right balance between technical expertise and audience engagement, then your blog will […]

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Have you always wanted to start a tech blog, but worry you can’t write well or, worse, fear you don’t truly have anything important to say? Well, you can and do. More and more technology experts — from programmers to data architects to operations engineers — are researching and developing original content, and getting paid […]

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Illustration by Hadar Farberman

By Sharona Reouveni, IOD Head of Community As an Israeli feminist blogger and online activist, I have been fortunate to come across and engage with empowering women over the years. But this is the first time in my career I feel I can be the one inspiring women and making a difference in the industry. […]

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By Piotr Gaczkowski, IOD expert Almost every modern programming language comes with some testing support built-in. Yet, there aren’t so many frameworks for testing servers and deployments. “Wait a second,” you might be thinking right now. “Servers and deployments aren’t code. They should be provisioned by IT operations, not tested along the application lifecycle, right?” […]

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Next "How to be a tech blogger" seminar will be in March 2018 in Tel Aviv. Stay tuned for details!
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