We help DoK community members get published on our blog and third-party publications.
The DoKC audience is data on Kubernetes practitioners and enthusiasts. It is important to keep this in mind as you develop your content. The content will be published on DoKC blog and might be pitched to 3rd party publications if appropriate:
- The content should be vendor-neutral. The content may mention a vendor’s name as it relates to specific open source projects, customer’s success story, adoption paths, hosting of an event or speaking at an event, or other indications of meaningful participation in the community, but it shouldn’t feel like an advertisement for your services or company.
- Among the most interesting content are how-to blogs, with technical content, and those that teach or show how to do something in a way others may not have thought of.
- Posts that show hurdles that were encountered and explain how they were overcome often do very well as the community is looking to learn.
- Content on how to choose between different technologies and how to accommodate different legacy issues is a good way to highlight your learnings and share them with the community.
- Critical commentary or broad issues must be approached with sensitivity, professionalism, and tact in a way that is beneficial and positive for the community.
The type of content we are looking for is:
- Technical content and how-to’s
- Stories about data on Kubernetes
- Use cases and success stories
- Industry insight into data on Kubernetes adoption
- Reports from DoKC events
Other topics are welcome, but it needs to have a direct link to the DoKC community.
Please fill the following form for consideration.