Who can write for us?
We believe in helping developers by providing free resources, but also by providing exposure. Our blog currently receives over 100,000 visits a month, and we want to help you share your content.
If you are passionate about coding, data science, technology in general and you like to write more than just code, you are indeed entitled to publish your content with us.
What can you write about?
We focus our site on a technical audience, but we cover a variety of topics:
Detailed tutorials / explanations
- Data science, islands, deep learning, computer vision
- Algorithms and data structures
- Software architecture
Career / Productivity / Startup
- Developer Productivity Tips
- learning materials
- Independent consulting
- Tips for startups
- Life lessons
More options here: https://livecodestream.dev/tags
Comments about articles published by us
- You are free to write one article, or you can become a regular blogger.
- We only advertise original Content and use anti-plagiarism software to identify duplicate content. If we find that passages or concepts written in your post (including code) have been removed from another source, we will reject your submission, and we will not work with you again. Do not steal from other developers. Sure, you’ll have to explain yourself to us. But you will also need to explain yourself to your colleagues.
- We do not mind if you post something on your personal blog (with a Canonical link Back to live code stream) a A few weeks after we published it. Please wait until you publish the same content again.
- Drafts are submitted through one of them GDoc or Dropbox paper. GDoc is better.
- We do not have a difficult word count. We trust writers to move on if the article could be better and / or stop if it feels like raging. The average post is around 1,500 words.
- we Allow links, And are follow-up links, just keep your article excellent and exciting.
Submission and editing process
We’re just looking for unique, high-quality content to share with the Live Code Stream community.
Our advertising process looks like this:
- Come up with an idea
- Write your first draft
- Working with the editorial team
- Post advertising (optional)
We will now review these steps in detail.
1. Introduce an idea
The idea is more than just a title or a sentence. Our submission form will help you navigate to what we consider essential when viewing your content, and includes providing:
- A suggested title for the article
- A short story about your article and what you plan to write. You can add your outline here.
- Link to a draft of the story if you already have one.
- Why is your content so unique from similar others?
- Link to previous articles you wrote, if any.
- Your background and experience and why you are an expert on the subject in question (you can, and we will thank you if you link your LinkedIn or GitHub profile).
Upon receipt of your submission, we will notify you of our decision, or we will confirm or reject it.
Please do not take rejections personally, we try our best, and you are free to submit a new topic at any time.
We try to respond as quickly as possible. Please do not send us spam by re-uploading the same idea for follow-up.
If you need to follow, send us an email at email@example.com.
2. Write your first draft
After confirming your feature, you can write your draft and send us the first version.
We’re not picky about the tool we use, but we’m very happy for Google Docs. This makes it much easier for us to make the update and contact you about changes.
If you want to send us the final version in Markdown, we’ll be happy, but for the version process, Google Docs is king.
3. Working with the editorial staff
Once we receive your draft, we will read it and provide feedback in the form of suggestions on the file.
During this process, you can interact directly with the editor (probably me, Juan) on any question or suggestion you have.
This is a process that is happening on both sides, and we just want to help you publish the best work possible.
The release process usually requires several interactions before the article is ready for publication. Be respectful with the editors but do not be afraid to say “no”. We are not experts in the subject. are you. If we say something is wrong, please let us know.
An article is unlikely to be rejected at this time, but it can happen. If so, please accept our rejection happily, and if you like, we can try again with a different theme. It is not a common phenomenon of denial at this stage, unless one of the following circumstances:
- The content is not unique. If your draft has been published elsewhere, we would not accept it for our site.
- The article was formulated only for the purpose of selling a product or service, we are fine if companies write about their products, but it should not be a promotion.
- The article deviated from the field, and in our opinion it is not suitable for the site.
- The article contains references that are not appropriate for our audience.
It’s on us. Once your editor approves your draft, it will line up for publication. We will do the design work and upload it to the site.
It may take up to a few weeks from the publication stage to the publication. Hold on this time. We try to get to all the articles as quickly as possible.
5. Post publication
Once you are active, we will let you know and share with you the URL of your article. Feel free to share it on social media or any other site.
We ask that you keep republishing this article on other sites such as personal blogs, medium, hashnode, etc., for two weeks after the date of publication on our site.
Submit an article
Please fill out the form below to submit an article. Alternatively, you can access The shape
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