We are looking for IT professionals to come and join our team. You need to be able to write creative, interesting and accurate articles about almost any information technology topic. We publish articles written by IT professionals for IT professionals. These include:

  • Article: a piece of objective writing on one particular subject
  • Tutorial: teaches what to do, but stays focused on the scope given in the title
  • Guide: teaches all the steps from zero to done including very simple basics
  • Booklet: a very short online book that usually contains information on one particular subject
  • How-to: specific task descritpion. May be one step-by-step instructions to complete a task
  • News: newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent IT technologies and events
  • Review: gives an overview of a specific subject by examining previously works on the topic
  • List: list two or more things, discuss and discover the differences between them
  • Cheatsheet: summarized the most important information on a topic.
  • Glossary: an alphabetical list of words relating to a specific subject with explanations.

How to publish

You can send us your article via email ( We prefer submissions as Google documents so that editors can easily review and give feedback within your draft. You may also submit your article as a plaintext file, a Markdown file, or a link to an HTML document. We will review your submission and determine whether it’s a potential fit. If so, we will publish your submission as soon as possible.

Contribution Topics
1.Operating Systems (e.g. MS Windows, Linux, Ubuntu, Debian)
2.Basic Concepts (e.g. Algorithms, Data Structures, e.g. Sort, Search, Trees and Maps)
3.Programming Language (e.g. Java, Python, C/C++, JavaScript, PHP, HTML, CSS and any other programming or markup language)
4.Architecture (e.g. UML, SOA, Microservices, Microfrontend)
5.Mobile Development (e.g. Android, iOS)
6.Frontend Frameworks, Libraries and SDKs (e.g. JQuery, Angular, Bootstrap, Foundation)
7.Backend Frameworks, Libraries and SDKs (e.g. Spring, Struts, Hibernate, JSF, JSP, Thymeleaf, FreeMarker)
8.Databases (e.g. Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis and Elasticsearch)
9.Online Marketing (e.g. SEO, SEA, Social Media, Email Marketing)
10.Cloud (e.g. Azure, Google, AWS)
11.IDEs (e.g. MS Visual Studio, Eclipse, Android Studio, IntelliJ, Xcode and NetBeans)
12.CI/CD and Build Tools (e.g. Maven, Ant, Jenkins, CircleCI, Ansible)
13.Agile Methodologies (e.g. Lean, Scrum, Kanban)
14.Job and Career (e.g. Interview QA)
15.Project Management (e.g. Skills, Tipps)
16.Leadership and Self-Development (e.g. Motivational Tipps )