Technically explains software and hardware in a simple and engaging way so you can impress your boss.


Our lives are dominated by software, but we don’t understand it very well

You might work at a tech company, a bank, a financial services firm, or in healthcare, but there’s one common thread that pervades your professional circles: software. This is probably one of the 8+ hours a day that you spend using your phone or computer (check your screen time: it’s depressing). And man, software is complicated.

Ideally, we’d all love to understand what an API is, how to talk to your coworkers about programming languages, and why your laptop won’t connect to the goddamn airport WiFi. But this stuff is hard. You’ve tried googling things you don’t get, but every concept seems to require understanding another concept, and the people writing these guides aren’t very…er…engaging. That’s what Technically is for.

What’s Technically?

Technically sends out engaging, simple explanations of technical concepts that are useful for your day to day job and fun to read. A few examples of the kinds of topics that you’ll be getting comfortable with:

If these questions sound interesting to you, great! You’re a nerd (kidding) and you might enjoy this newsletter.