05-15, 16:20–16:50 (Europe/Madrid), Main Room
Windows is by far the most used desktop operating system in the world, however when it comes to Cloud Native ecosystem, it is also the least documented. In this session i'll walk through the struggles of a Cloud Native Windows developer and share my experiences as part of documentation teams on how we can help to be more inclusive.
The main goal is to brin awareness that, even if the documentation of Cloud Native projects are all very good, there's always somehow a lack of Windows based examples.
The Windows developers, and they're quite many, have to "translate" the commands to their own shell (i.e. Powershell) before they can run the examples.
Docs contributors can help by either writing examples with different shells in mind and having a more neutral set of screenshots, so different readers can relate and compare the docs with the results they see on their screen(s).
Finally, documentation framework projects can help by providing more convenient ways for docs writers to display the examples by "themes".
Nuno is a Technical Writer for Open Source projects at SUSE Rancher.
He is also a CNCF Ambassador, Docker Captain and Microsoft MVP.
His technical passion for Cloud Native projects, brings him to help the community, mainly Windows, by writing blogs, docs and helping anyone who asks for help on a specific project (mainly on Twitter).
His technology of choice is primarily Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), which he advocates for it as being the bridge helping Windows developers to test and use Cloud Native projects which might be created "only for Linux".
Nuno has participated in online CNCF meetups, in different languages (French, Portuguese, English), hosted the first WSL community room at DockerCon21 and was cohost for the CNCF Container Garage event earlier this year.