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Linode is a VPS host that offers up to $300 for technical tutorials relating to Linux. A collection of places to publish your writing, with a focus on those that pay for content. To start writing, please go to blog.soshace.com and click on the yellow button ‘WRITE’ in the top-right corner of the screen. Register under your full real name, attach your real picture. Avoid writing a series of articles like Part 1, Part 2, instead — write an in-depth piece.

 

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For each tutorial, based on the number of articles you write and the depth of the subject you cover, you can earn anywhere between $2000 to $3000. Broader topics are welcome (like “Cloning Twitter with Node.js and MongoDB”), but are subject to approval. Please be sure to submit your ideas for approval before submitting the actual article. Enjoy writing tech articles or have an interesting project you want to show off?

We’ll need to have your PayPal id on file before we accept any article proposals. Our audience is Ruby/Rails, PHP and Python developers. Though our audience does some front-end work, they skew towards back-end. You aren’t able to write independently, drawing from your own research and experience. So, feel free to write on any article of your choice. The code must be unique and not found anywhere on the Internet.

When quoting others, please make sure to properly write your source. We welcome energetic minds who are willing to provide their guidance to Data Science & Machine Learning learners. We have a 1.2K+, dedicated reader base that is growing by the day. If you think everything in your code is obvious, then ask yourself a question if it’s going to be just as obvious for a junior. And if not, explain every line of your code if need be. A brief cover letter saying hello, and explaining the kind of things you’d like to write about.

We’re looking for a diverse group of strong technical writers who love what they do and want to share their knowledge with the DO community. Ideally, you’ll have demonstrated experience in the topics we’re publishing. You’ll have written before, and are comfortable receiving feedback on your writing during the publishing process.

We would like to establish collaborative relationships with authors who love explaining how things work and who make complex topics graspable to beginners. We want to build long-term relationships with authors who care about their subject matter and their work. You should be comfortable learning brand new topics that you have never done before, which are either not documented or poorly documented.

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