We’re recruiting experienced Server-Side Swift developers to help us grow our team and provide fresh Server-Side Swift content to our audience.
Note: These are paid, part-time contract positions — take on assignments at your own pace based on your own schedule!
There’s never been a better time to join! If you’re an experienced Server-Side Swift developer with an interest in writing or editing, you may be who we’re looking for!
What Are the Tech Editor and Author Responsibilities and Time Commitments?
Author: Authors focus on writing new high-quality tutorials and updating existing tutorials. We prefer to write about topics of interest to a wide audience — especially on particularly hot topics, demonstrating brand new APIs, cool techniques and more.
If you love learning new things and teaching people about them, this may be for you.
* Time commitment: about one tutorial every six months.
Tech Editor: Tech editors are the pillars that hold up our site. They are the guardians that makes sure that each tutorial is top-notch and technically sound.
If you are a senior developer, have strong attention to detail and enjoy getting paid to learn, this may be for you.
* Time commitment: about one tech edit every two months.
What Are the Requirements?
- You should be an experienced Server-Side Swift Developer.
- You should be a good writer with fluent English writing skills.
- You should be comfortable learning about new topics that you’ve never used before; some of which may be poorly documented or not documented at all.
- You should have a strong work ethic. This will be a significant time commitment, and you must be able to deliver on deadline.
Why Join Our Team?
- We are a group of over 200 elite developers from around the world who team up to create the highest-quality tutorials on the internet. We’re always looking for talented developers to join our team, and we’d love for you to be a part! :]
- Learning: You’ll always be learning something new — and you’ll have fun doing it! You’ll become a better developer and writer, but the best part is that you’ll make a lot of new friends who are also passionate about Server-Side Swift along the way.
- Money: Get paid to learn! We offer the highest rates in the industry.
- Special Opportunities: Members of the Tutorial Team get access to special opportunities such as contributing to our books and products, being a guest on our podcast, working on team projects and much more.
- Recognition: Each tutorial lists the contributors at the bottom of the tutorial with a link to your profile, giving you great exposure and building your portfolio. This is great to add to your resume.
- Make a Difference: We get emails every day about how our tutorials help our readers make their first app, get their dream job or accomplish a lifelong dream of making their apps. This means a lot to us, and it makes all the hard work worth it!
- Free Stuff: As a final bonus, by joining the Tutorial Team, you’ll get a free copy of all of the products we sell on the site.
What Is the Tryout Process Like?
If you’re applying to be an author, you’ll be required to write a sample tutorial to gauge your writing skills and ability to follow our style and branding.
If you’re applying to be a tech editor, you’ll be given a tutorial to edit and apply information in our guides so that we can gauge your editing skills. If you pass the tech editor tryout, you’re in!
How Do You Apply?
If you want to apply, email us ([email protected]) and answer these questions:
- Why do you want to join the Server-Side Swift team? Do you want to be an author or tech editor?
- Please tell us a little bit about yourself and your experience with Server-Side Swift and writing or editing.
- What is the best Server-Side Swift app or tool you’ve made or worked on, and why are you proud of the work you did on this? (Please include a link if available.)
- Please link to any examples of technical writing you’ve done in the past or books/articles you’ve written.
- Please include links to your StackOverFlow account, Twitter account, and/or your GitHub account. Please also list your username for any Server-Side Swift Slack, Discord or Forums you’re a member of.
Where to Go From Here?
There’s never been a better time to join the Server-Side Swift team. Don’t just wish you had applied — come join us! Email us ([email protected]) today and we’ll get you started.