Give The Developer's Guide to Content Creation to every member of your developer relations or engineering team (up to 10 people)!
The Teams License has been purchased by teams at the New York Times, Netflix, Slack, DigitalOcean, Microsoft, Monzo, Camunda, Hubspot, and Sanity.io!
Note: Purchasing the team license gives you DGTCC book at a discounted rate (USD$22 per copy for up to 10 people). Once you've paid, simply send a copy of the file to your colleagues. The book is currently only available in PDF format. All sales are final.
🥳 Over 1,400 copies sold as of April 2021!
“Without a doubt, The Developer’s Guide to Content Creation is the best resource for those looking to start writing content for developers.” — Andrew Healey
"For folks who have never authored this type of content before, [Stephanie] Morillo’s breakdown of the content creation process into actionable pieces will be a revelation. Even for folks who write all the time (hello, fellow tech writers and analysts), Morillo’s specific breakdown of planning and execution are worth a look, and her insight into promoting content is super sharp" — KellyAnn Fitzpatrick
"I've written more long-form content in the past 3 months than I have in the past two years and I'm loving it! I can only blame @radiomorillo for all this sauce." —Daniel Madalitso Phiri
"If you want to know how to blog as a dev and more importantly how to keep blogging, this is what you need to read."
Today's developers are content creators. Developers regularly write blog posts, create courses, launch podcasts, screencasts, and more to share what they know with other devs. The sheer amount of content has made learning the craft of software development more accessible to more people.
There's just one thing missing: your voice!
If you've ever wanted to start a blog in order to:
✨ Document what you're learning
✨ Improve your writing skills
✨ Teach others
✨ Showcase what you know to potential employers
✨ Move into a different role
...this eBook is for you!
The Developer's Guide to Content Creation will show you how to manage the content process from ideation to promotion. You'll learn how to develop a persona for your blog, a blog mission statement, and a content calendar. You'll learn four ways to generate ideas for new posts, and you'll learn best practices for creating written content that promotes readability and accessibility. You'll also learn how to pitch and write for tech publications you admire.
The eBook includes:
✅ 100+ pages of content
✅ 14 worksheets
✅ 17 guided exercises
✅ Real-world examples, tips, & LOTS of resources.
The guide also features a list of essential tools, resources, and books for the serious content creator.
Note: The eBook is currently only available in PDF format. All sales are final.
Team License: The Developer's Guide to Content Creation
The Developer's Guide to Content Creation eBook (PDF file)