Oh really! I spoke at FluentConf 2018 in San Jose, California.
Follow up on my earlier article, here is a tech-cartoon explaining Web Tracking! Read the entire article here.
In the wake of the Facebook scandal where all of us are concerned and debating over the rise of online privacy, here is an attempt to explain how web tracking works in a nutshell. What is web tracking? Web tracking is the practice by which websites identify and collect information about users, generally in the... Continue Reading →
This is an initial attempt to improve the graph's performance for large number of nodes using web workers. This PR is a work in progress. The idea here is to off-load the heavy force layout computations to the web worker. This improves performance during page load. I am also experimenting on passing the logic to... Continue Reading →
Thanks to Bianca, my fellow Outreachy-Lightbeam project partner for coining the above title in her blog and asking me questions to explain about the bug(PR) I recently fixed for Lightbeam. I started explaining her last evening via quick diagrams and I already had an idea to make my next blog post colourful 😉 I have... Continue Reading →
It's been 4 weeks now, since we started working on Lightbeam 2.0. And we have an MVP! Here are my earlier posts on Outreachy and Lightbeam: Outreachy – suspense unfolds Lightbeam – why & what Lightbeam – Q & A The first milestone in this internship is this initial MVP. Every time, I and Bianca... Continue Reading →
The Mozilla Learning Network rallies and connects leaders who want to advance the promise of the Internet for learning in a networked world. This is done by fuelling new approaches to digital learning through Mozilla Hives, Clubs and Gigabit cities. As part of the Internet Health Basics learning activity, there is a module on Privacy and... Continue Reading →