You wake up in the morning and check Hackaday at breakfast. Then go to work or school, where you already have to explain Jolly Wrencher to your shoulder surfing colleague. Then go to a hacker space or back to your home lab and stop by the skull and cross wrench when commuting. You will not bleed red, but #F3BF10. It’s time we talked.
The Hackaday writing team spares no effort to cover everything that engineers and enthusiasts are interested in. We found that we were a bit thinner and it was time to ask for help. Want to lend a hand while making some extra dough to reinvest in your project? We are looking for contributors to write a few articles a week and keep the flame of Hackaday burning.
Contributors are hired as private contractors and pay for each article. You should have the technical expertise to understand the project you are writing and be passionate about the wide range of topics we offer. You can visit Hackaday Tips Line, we rely on your judgment to help us find the wonderful content you want to share with hacker friends.
If you are interested, please send an email to our work line (work of hackaday dot com) and include:
- A sample article written in the voice of Hackaday. Include banner images, at least 150 words, project links, and any links to related and related Hackaday features. We need to know that you can write.
- Detailed information about your background (education, employment, interests) makes you a valuable supplement to the team. What do you like and what do you do?
- A link to your blog/project post/etc. Content (if any) that has been published on the Internet.
what are you waiting for? Ladies and gentlemen, start your application!