Hello guys, if you love to write about Java and other related technologies like Spring, Hibernate, Algorithms, Data Structure, Design pattern and about your Interview experience, we would be happy to publish your article here.
Just drop a note on firstname.lastname@example.org to get you started.
One of my goals is to encourage Java developers to write about things they know because writing makes you a better developer. It also helps you to do research and fill the gaps in your knowledge.
It also helps in your learning and that’s why I am encouraging a lot of junior and senior Java developers to write about their experiences.
Here is a list of some of the topics I loved most, but you feel free to share whatever you like:
- Design Patterns
- Data Structure
- Book Reviews
- Course Reviews
- Programmer life
- Interview Questions
- Personal Stories of Programmers
- Spring Framework
- Spring Boot
- Spring Cloud
- Machine Learning
- Data Science
- Java 8
- Functional Programming
- Best Practices
- Log4j and other logging libraries
- Mockito and other unit testing libraries
So what are you waiting for, get ready to share your thoughts with many Java developers around the world?
All the best.
You can also comment on this article if you like to be added as Writer in Javarevisited and contribute your story.
I am also looking for people who can help with editing and reviewing stories. If you want to become an editor, comment here or drop me an email.
Once you are added as a writer, here are some tips you can follow to get the most out of this publication and Medium itself
- For new stories, always submit Draft to publication, this way all the Publication subscriber will see your post and Medium also promotes fresh stories.
- First 10 claps are most important and that’s why submitting a draft to publication is important.
- You can also submit old stories and once again all Javarevisited subscriber will see it, which means you will get more page views.
- I also tweet about all the stories published here from my Twitter account http://twitter.com/javinpaul and Javarevisited twitter account http://twitter.com/javarevisited, follow them so that you can know when your stories are published and you can then retweet them to create buzz.
- Great stories are also shared in Javarevisited Facebook page which has more than 36,000 followers. I also suggest you do the same, just tag @javareivisited whenever you do so that we know about it and can reshare it.
- Always use a great feature image at the top of the article.
- Always use 5 tags, 2 more specific and 3 broads like Programming, Web Development, Coding, etc.
- If you know any tip which has helped you in medium feel free to share and I can add it here so that we all can benefit from it.
It takes a lot of effort to publish in Medium and our goal is that you should get as many views and readers as possible. All great stories should get the attention they deserve.
All the best and Welcome to Javarevisited!!.