There are plenty of web sites where you can publish content. But, what’s the best place? Well, I’m not a fan of “best” anything. Your “best” is up to you, what works for you, based on your requirements and will be different for everyone. In this blog post I will share my recommendations where to publish content and you can use them to decide (or not) where to publish.
I wanted to publish this article for some time and also because of recent controversy with Medium. You can read about it here and here.
There are many web sites where you can publish content. This is just a short list of web sites:
The following online meetups we hosted in June 2019 with links to watch the recordings. I also encourage you to join our meetup so you will always know when our online meetups are scheduled. Our meetups are hosted by the wonderful Lisa Jung 👋.
💡Build serverless applications with Swift, Docker, and Kafka (June 1, 2019)
Last week we hosted another 1-day developer education event: Blockchain Developer Summit (our previous event is here and here). The event was a huge success with over 140 technologists in attendance. Here are 10 pictures (or more) from the event.
Make users happy and successful with your product/service
Get users to be awesome in the least possible time
Different companies can have different curves
Background knowledge and experience of users (don’t control)
Quality of documentation and teaching material (control)
The actual design of the product/API (control)
The size and helpfulness of your community
We often disagree with Product Managers and Engineers because PMs and Engineers think they are at a different place on the curve. PM and Engineers are familiar with the service/product and usually don’t experience “learning” about the service/product like outside developers
PMs on the curve
Engineers on the curve
Think about the audience (who you are targeting and how to get the pas the suck zone ASAP)
If we can’t get people out o the suck zone before they give up – we will never get them to experience power
Remember, when “talking” to others, to think about where they are on the curve
Use the curve when it helps, ignore it when it is doesn’t
The following online meetups we hosted in April 2019 with links to watch the recordings. I also encourage you to join our meetup so you will always know when our online meetups are scheduled. Our meetups are hosted by the wonderful Lisa Jung 👋.