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Studio B is seeking freelance writers and accepting proposals for 1,500 and 2,000-word developer-level/ technical articles on DEVOPS topics including: DevOps + Social, DevOps + Mobile, DevOps + Big Data, DevOps + Systems, DevOps + Platforms, DevOps + Mainframes (IBM), Agile, Continuous Development, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Delivery, Open Source DevOps, and more. We are looking for fresh ideas not already heavily covered in the field.

 

Candidates must also be Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in the target area and must have good developer skills, ability to create original code and/or examples and downloads for readers to learn about and utilize the concepts relating to the topic. Professional writing experience is not required, but is a plus. However, since this is a writing opportunity, candidates do need to provide writing samples that demonstrate good writing skills.  

 

If you would be interested in participating in this project and would like more information, please apply online and submit your resume and writing samples.

 

**DIRECT APPLICANTS ONLY! No third party recruiters.

NO PHONE CALLS!  Please include any inquiries/ questions when you apply online.








Studio B is currently seeking experienced tech savvy writers who can produce quality content for a technology decision maker and/ or application development decision maker audience in the area of Continuous Delivery/ DevOps in a variety of formats (blogs, articles, videos). Topic areas within this space we are looking to cover are THOUGHT LEADERSHIP around Continuous Delivery, Continuous Development, Continuous Integration, Release Automation, Infrastructure Automation, and Application Management.

 

Previous published writing experience required. Strong industry knowledge in the DevOps areas listed above is required. We are looking for terrific writers who can come up with a steady stream of fresh ideas and great content that is highly engaging and helps drive traffic.

 

 

If you are interested and would like additional information, please apply online/ submit your resume and writing samples.

**DIRECT APPLICANTS ONLY! No third party recruiters.

NO PHONE CALLS!  Please include any inquiries/ questions when you apply online.







Studio B is looking for freelance SME/developer writers to propose and write in-depth how-to articles about developing applications within the "Internet-Of-Things" category. Articles will be approximately 2000 words in length for a developer-level/ engineer-level technical audience, and are expected to be "nuts & bolts" in nature.

We are looking for proposals in these three key areas:

  1. Big Data and Analytics + IoT
  2. Mobility, Machine to Machine, Device to Device, etc. + IoT
  3. Developing IoT applications using the Galileo Development Kit


**Developers working with the Galileo Development Kit, please mention this in your cover letter!


Candidates MUST also be Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in the target area and must have good developer skills, ability to create original code and/or examples and downloads for readers to learn about and utilize the concepts relating to the topic. Professional writing experience is not required, but is a plus. However, since this is a writing opportunity, candidates do need to provide sufficient writing samples that demonstrate good writing skills.


**Articles will be hands-on, how-to, "nuts and bolts" style for a developer audience.


If you would be interested in more information, please apply now with your resume and writing samples.


**DIRECT APPLICANTS ONLY! No third party recruiters.

NO PHONE CALLS!  Please include any inquiries/ questions when you apply online.







Studio B is seeking freelance SME/Developer writers and accepting proposals for 1,500 and 2,000-word developer-level articles on SECURITY topics such as:

  • Open Source Security Tools… particularly tools around:
    • Security Scanning
    • Penetration Testing
    • Networks
  • Topics that are hot and notable how-to level topics for CISSPs

 Articles will be hands-on, how-to, "nuts and bolts" style for a developer audience.
 
Candidates must be Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in the topic area and must have good developer skills, ability to create original code and/or examples and downloads for readers to learn about and utilize the concepts relating to the topic. Professional writing experience is not required, but is a plus. However, since this is a writing opportunity, candidates do need to provide writing samples that demonstrate good writing skills.
 
We are looking for fresh ideas that are not already well covered by other writers in the field. If you would be interested in participating in this project and would like more information, please apply online and submit your resume and writing samples.


**DIRECT APPLICANTS ONLY! No third party recruiters.

NO PHONE CALLS!  Please include any inquiries/ questions when you apply online.