Developer tooling, application / performance monitoring, fulfillment, open source, communication systems, Linux, crowdfunding
Consumer tech, Open Source software, Linux, systems administration, science fiction, philosophy, startups, decentralized communication systems, developer tools
During his time at in the developer tooling space, Sean wrote customer-facing guides demonstrating the platform's core features with key highlights of their usage. The target audience consists specifically of software engineers that want to learn about how to use Sentry to detect errors in their own applications.
Sean maintains a technology publication that focuses specifically on Open Source software. The target audience consists of independent developers and fans of alternative social media platforms such as Mastodon. One dynamic of this publication is that it specifically focuses on the shared space that the audience consists of, which is the federated social web.
Sean regularly writes about developments of open source projects as they occur. This has led to his publication adopting a news-focused format for the specific niche that it caters to. In the attached sample, Sean writes about a controversial blockchain startup that ultimately was just a rebranded form of an open source product.
Sean regularly blogs about Linux and technical systems. In this series this sample comes from, he focuses on approaching audio production as a Linux user, leveraging only Open Source tools.
An excerpt from a short story called "A Fistful of Shelter", which focuses on the brutality of nature in a prehistoric desert. The story effectively serves to parody old Wild West-themed paperback novels.