Share Your Technical Knowledge – Become an Author

by Ramesh Natarajan on December 21, 2009

Write for Linux, Unix, Technical BlogSharing what I’ve learned with others is the main reason why I started this blog. Sharing my knowledge with others also helps me to dig deep into a topic and expand my knowledge.

I’ve been working on some flavor of Unix since 1994 and I’m still learning. There are so many things to learn in the UNIX/Linux and Open Source world and I figured the best way for me to keep learning is by sharing what I’ve learned so far with others.

Read the Become an Author page for more details on how to share your knowledge with the world.

Open source world has offered us everything for free. The best thing that we could do is share what we’ve learned with the world. Sharing could be as small as one of the killer UNIX/Linux command line tricks you have learned (or) it could be a detailed tutorial on some UNIX/Linux/Open Source feature. What matters the most is sharing the knowledge with the world.

If you like to join me and have an interest in learning by sharing, you can contribute articles to this blog and share your knowledge with others.

Following are three different options to contribute to the blog. Read the Become an Author page for more details on these options.

  • Option 1. Share Your Knowledge and Learn
  • Option 2. Write Articles and get Paid
  • Option 3. Write Guest Articles

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