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Java Spring Technical Editorclosed
Java Spring Technical Editor
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\nWe're looking for a part-time Java/Spring Technical Editor to work with new authors.\n\nYou'll be guiding authors by reviewing their articles and giving them technical feedback (in video form - usually a short, 5 minute screencasts is enough).\n\n\nBudget and Time Commitment\n\nOverall, you’ll spend around 12-14 hours/month and the budget is 600$ / month.\n\nThis corresponds to a target of 12 - 16 articles/month (12 x 1250 words or 16 x 1000 words articles).\n\nThe typical article will take about 2 rounds of review until it’s ready to go. All of this usually takes about 30 to 45 minutes of work for a small to a medium article and can take 60 to 90 minutes for larger pieces.\n\n\nWho is the right candidate?\n\nFirst – you need to be a developer yourself, working or actively involved in the Java and Spring ecosystem. All of these articles are code-centric, so being in the trenches and able to code is instrumental.\n\n\n\nSecond – you need to be able to provide feedback via screencasts. These videos are informal - generally, just a quick review explaining what author needs to improve on their article.\n\n\n\nFinally – and it almost goes without saying – you should have a good command of the English language.\n\n\nAdditional Details\n\nThe goal is to make sure that the article hits a high level of quality before it gets published.\n\nThat means that the code examples should be runnable and correct and that the formatting and style match the guidelines of the site.
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