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At Nordic APIs, we are striving to inspire the average API practitioner. We are doing this through events and by publishing thought provoking content. By sharing interesting stories, we are showing that everyone can benefit from the use of APIs.

Simple Blog Guidelines for Community Submissions:

Before you submit, here’s what we’re looking for. We only publish community submissions that satisfy these points:

  • Thought leadership: Not superficial, goes beyond common knowledge to tackle a specific idea.
  • Evergreen: Still relevant 18 months later.
  • Vendor neutral: Don’t mention your company within the post. Unless we’re reviewing a tech on purpose, our content aims to have no vendor bias.
  • No Republishing: Please send us fresh stuff. We don’t re-publish articles that appeared on your company blog or Medium channel, and we don’t syndicate our content.
  • Grounded: Support claims with specific concrete details or references.
  • Clear direction & thesis: Ideas directly relate to and support a thesis.
  • Concise: The piece is not overly verbose or repetitive.
  • Structured: Use well-constructed sentences, paragraphs, and sub-sections.
  • SEO-aware: Powerful keywords are used, especially within title, subtitles, and introduction.
  • Style Guide: We have an internal Style Guide and aren’t afraid to use it! :)
  • Word Count: We don’t use word count as a gauge of quality, but our posts average around 1500 words.
  • Format: Plain text Markdown within a Google Doc, please!

Write

If you are a freelance writer, blogger, podcaster, or YouTuber; are passionate about APIs, cloud computing, microservices, mobile, IoT, big data, DevOps, and related fields, we would love to hear from you. If you would like to contribute, fill out the form below. You can also email our Editor; we’d love to know more about you.

Enter your article's working title

Your premise is your central argument or concept that the rest of your article will be proving. The problem is another way of considering how your post will help your target reader will satisfy their demand for a piece of information.

Which categories does the post fall under?

Please link to any previous work you feel is relevant

Speak

Have an idea for a great talk that would connect with the Nordic APIs community? Please fill out the form below and we will consider you for upcoming events.

Enter your presentation's working title

Describe the thesis of your presentation. What is the premise or problem that your talk will address and solve?

If you have any questions, please reach out to us. We’re humans too you know, so don’t be shy now. Contact Us

Look forward to hearing from you!