You Should Write that
Blog Post


What can you blog about?


If you can write release notes or a page full of useful technical documentation, it’s just as easy to write a blog post with some commentary about your project, something you’ve learned recently or some top tips you can share.

Project Releases

Blog posts go hand in hand with Project Releases as timely commentary or an announcement that the feature you’ve been working so hard on is available. Write about why it’s so useful and how someone can get started.

It doesn’t have to wait until your release. You can provide regular updates on how things are going, but remember to think about the “why” and not the “how” to avoid repeating what you’re putting into your technical documentation or readme.

Tips and Tricks

People love lists of quick, readable tips for languages they’re learning about or tools they are new to. You will be surprised how many things you think are obvious, that others have not considered.

Have you been studying something in your spare time? Working on your professional development? You have a unique point of view, so get writing and share it in a blog post.

Get writing

The best way to get started is to get started.

The Nerves

It can be nerve-wracking to put yourself out there, so I’ll reiterate what has been said in posts before:

Be prepared for friendly comments and questions … and start thinking about the next blog post.


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January 1, 2019