We want to empower devs to do their best work—providing tools to help them excel, along with the educational content they need to boost their knowledge and skills. We’d welcome your contributions!
How it works:
Write your post
Select a technical topic and share your perspectives.
Submit the draft
Apply using the form linked below.
Get professional editing and feedback from CodeSee.
What to write about. We’re open to all of your perspectives, no matter your expertise or tech stack. Contributions can include CodeSee tools, but it’s not required. We’d like your thoughts on whatever’s making an impact on your life as a dev, including topics like engineering productivity, interesting technologies, or open source. Really, the sky’s the limit.
Send your draft using the submission form—our team will evaluate it to see if it's a good fit for CodeSee Learn and respond within the month.
If your post is selected, we'll provide any content feedback—we'll want to receive your final draft within 3 weeks.
Once reviewed and approved, we’ll share the publication date with you.
Submitting your article. Submit your draft article in plain text or Markdown. It should be approximately 2,000 to 4,000 words, and include all the text, code examples, and images a reader would need to follow along.
The fine print. Applying to the program is not a guarantee your work will be published. We reserve the right to decline submissions that aren't right for our audience. We may be unable to publish your work if you do not provide an updated draft with the revisions we recommend within the 3-week period of time following post acceptance.
At this time we are only paying for original content not published elsewhere. While you maintain full ownership rights to your post, you grant CodeSee an unlimited license to publish and promote your post.