Currently in development, Non-binary folks in tech is a 4-zine series featuring 100 Non-Binary folks in tech you should know. Each volume of the zine series will focus on bios and stories of 25 folks, edited and illustrated by creative, professional non-binary folks of color.
Cool stuff learned during a pentest, including Java decompilation and understanding other people's code.
Available as part of Processing's fundraising campaign, The Coding Train's Community Manager, Cy, has designed a zine. Signed by The Coding Train himself, Daniel Shiffman.
A zine about data visualization. Featuring: James Carruthers, Beyond Words, The Pudding, Ed Hawkins, Sonja Kuijpers, Leslie Roberts and Paul Button.
Learn when you want to use str or String in Rust.
Tiny Tech Zines (TTZ) is a Los Angeles zine fair focused on technology. TTZ offers a space to be critical of tech by highlighting the perspectives and stories of communities that tech often fails to thoughtfully consider.
Advice on folding and cutting the zine, adding art and text, to copying and distributing your zine.
Toronto Tech Zines (TTZ) is a place for zines about internet infrastructure, love, surveillance, gentrification, dance, futurism, accessibility, games, race, food, geometry, indigeneity, instagram, earth, and more.
A primer on basic electronics and circuits.
A remixable zine template you can read online, or print.