A list of zines about developer stuff, events celebrating them, and resources to make your own. Know a great one that's missing? DM me.
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.
Understanding the "non-fast scrollable region."
A printshop and art tool for making zines, for macOS and Windows
Learning how to code? Git is a crucial version control tool in web development that can feel difficult to learn by beginners. This zine/ebook will cover the basics of Git so you can get started with your coding projects with confidence.
A zine about data visualization. Featuring: Matt DesLauriers, Signal Noise, Hassel Fallas, Jacopo Ottaviani, John Burn-Murdoch, Stefanie Posavec, Colleen McEnaney, Giovanni Magni.
This zine explains the 17 most important Linux networking tools, each with a short 1-page comic. For each one, it’ll teach you a small number of command line options you need to know to get 80% of your tasks done.