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We want to expand our content library on Golang Works so we’re looking for new contributors from our growing community! 🚀
Publishing an article on Golang Works is a great way to showcase your skills, grow as a developer and writer, establish your personal brand or just start a conversation on a topic you’re interested in.
You will also be contributing to the growth of our community members, helping them become better developers.
We are interested in any articles that explore topics relating to everything Go. We are looking for articles that help developers solve a problem, or allow them to learn from your experience and knowledge. You can share your past projects, your personal thoughts, or even raise a concern. The best articles bring some value to the reader, they answer a question or fill in a gap.
Writing for Golang Works is a great way to display your skills and interests or research a new topic. If it takes multiple iterations to finish the article, don't worry. It'll be saved as a draft and you can always come back and edit it. ✍️
Just remember we’re always here to support you and provide helpful guidance.
We’re using GitHub Markdown to write the articles, so you might take a look at that if you’ve never used it before. It’s really simple to use.
Here are some popular articles from our communities:
If you are interested in taking this seriously then we are able to compensate for regular, original content. Paid articles would ideally have a minimum of 5 minutes read time and cover specific areas of interest.
If you are interested then please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your company is hiring you can get free access to our hiring platform by contributing original content. Any qualifying articles will provide a free monthly job posting on our site!
Qualifying articles will be original content for Golang Works. You can refer back to it in your company blog or share it on your social media accounts.
If you've got an idea or a sudden flash of inspiration you can start writing right away!
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