We’re looking for a C#, .NET, ASP.NET Core, Blazor Developer to work on creating technical articles.
First – you need to be a developer working or actively involved in the C# ecosystem. The articles will be code-centric, so being in the trenches and able to code is instrumental.
Second – you need a solid command of the English language.
Budget and Time Commitment
Here are the typical budgets used by most authors:
- 750+ words - 62$
- 1000+ words - 67$
- 1250+ words - 72$
- 1500+ words - 77$
- 750+ words - 66$
- 1000+ words - 71$
- 1250+ words - 76$
- 1500+ words - 81$
- 750+ words - 70$
- 1000+ words - 75$
- 1250+ words - 80$
- 1500+ words - 85$
Once you get started, we have 9 more budget levels (the top level is 18), based on the quality of your write ups.
You can access additional budget levels based on experience and a few other factors.
In terms of time commitment, a good target is one article a week - but that’s very flexible (as long as our communication is good).
About the article (+ some examples)
We’ll usually pick articles out of the existing content calendar of the site (based on the areas you want to work in). You can suggest your own topics as well (and get additional compensation for that).
Here are a few examples of topics:
- Two-Step Verification with ASP.NET Core Identity
- SOLID Principles in C# – Dependency Inversion Principle
- How to Use Query Strings in Blazor WebAssembly
- Dapper Migrations with FluentMigrator and ASP.NET Core
And here are a few finished article examples:
- Getting Started with AutoMapper in ASP.NET Core
- External Identity Provider with ASP.NET Core Identity
- Paging in ASP.NET Core Web API
You can also find the contribution guidelines on our site: https://code-maze.com/write-for-codemaze/