Re: Necessary training to write a screen reader?
In this article http://tvraman.github.io/emacspeak/manual/Emacspeak-At-Twenty.html#Emacspeak-At-Twenty you might read a similar story for emacspeak (thus not NVDA).
It appears that he had the very kernel of emacspeak running in only 4 hours.
As mentioned by someone else a screen reader is just another program, that you should be able to develop with the concepts you learn in a cs education.
Diving into accessibility and other APIs is the starting point,
then you start with a very small core of the thing that can do
basic stuff and from there on you grow it further to a real
product (which takes manyfolds of the effort and time that goes in
the very basic core of your product).
On 29/09/2017 22:29, Walker, Michael E wrote: