Technical Writing with Google Season of Docs | OWASP ZAP

Google Season of Docs is a program giving technical writers an opportunity to contribute to open-source projects. I was selected as the technical writer to the OWASP Foundation to create the API documents for one of the world’s popular security testing tool. ZAP !!

Although I have written articles on many occasions, I was skeptical about the work ahead. Because I’m not a technical writer by profession, and following is the idea I had back then when I thought about technical writing.

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Nevertheless, the 3 months turned out to be a rewarding experience, and the blog below outlines my experience and learnings out of the program.

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Scrum for Weddings

You might be wondering why I’m listing down the wedding under personal projects. Because wedding nowadays has become more into a fancy multi-million dollar project. When we think of a wedding these days, this would be the picture in most people’s minds.

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Building a table top hologram projector

Recently I was interested in building a hologram projector to view the restaurant menu in 3D. This quest began when I ordered some fancy named food in the restaurant and ended up having rice and some boiled vegetables for dinner. :D. So basically that got me thinking is there a more cool way to display the food in 3D and make the experience more appealing.

The below image is one of the commercial grade hologram projectors in the markets priced from (2000$- 8000$). In technical terms is not a true hologram projector but an illusion of reflection.

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In this article, I’ll talk about how to make something similar and the challenges on the way.

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