Write For Us
Do you love writing about software development? Then, come write for DevIncept, and you’ll get access to a larger audience. In addition to that, you can get a chance to win some cool DevIncept Swags!
If you're new, use this link to become one of the blog contributors of DevIncept.
How to write?
- Select a topic of your choice. We publish all kinds of well-written content targeting experienced software developers. However, these topics are currently our focus.
- Web Development
- Data Structures and Algorithms
- Software Development
- DevOps and CI/CD
- Linux and Shell Scripting
- Project Tutorials
- Once you have written the blog, click on the Publish button.
- Make sure you select the correct blog to publish your post. It should be
blog.devincept.comas shown below.
- Select the tags
#DevInceptBlogsand finally click on Publish.
- Share your blogs on Twitter and tag
Include an introduction to the topic and make it interesting.
Avoid copy-pasting from the documentation. If you are doing it, put it in a quote > [Copied text here] and explain what it means.
The blog needs to be written in your own words for it to be original and engaging. Anyone can google and read the documentation but your blog should be written the way you want to explain the chosen topic.
Make sure to use a few images and/or videos to better explain what you are trying to convey. A blog with only text is very bland and not fun to read.
Add a conclusion to the blog. This can be something about why things are done in a certain way or any further steps the reader can do to better understand the topic.
Use Grammarly (the free version will also help) after you finish writing to remove any spelling or grammatical mistakes.
Q. How can I become a blog contributor?
Use this link to become one of the blog contributors of DevIncept.
Q. What can I write about?
You can write about any topic mentioned above. It can be a beginner level or advanced level depending on what you are comfortable with writing. It can even be basic programming concepts like DSA. You can write off any sort of tech stack or domain you are familiar with like Web Development, DevOps, Machine Learning, etc. If you've just learned about something (for example, Kubernetes) you can write a blog about your understanding of it.
Q. Is there any sort of time limit for submitting blogs?
There isn't any time limit. However, we would encourage you to try and write 1 blog every week. This can help you rapidly learn something new, and enable you to be able to share that knowledge, with other folks who might be trying to understand the same topic.