About this job
I'm looking for an experienced Java developer, optionally with knowledge of the Spring ecosystem – to help us brainstorm new topics for the site.
The process of brainstorming new topics is, at the core, a simple one – finding areas of the Java ecosystem to explain and explore here on the site (full example below).
But, there is still quite a bit of complexity in the details of finding good topics for Baeldung.
You'll naturally get access to our internal topic research documentation and video library – so you can hit the ground running.
Let's say we need to write about JSON processing in Java, with Jackson.
Here are a few potential topics that would make sense in this area:
- The Basic Jackson Annotations
- How to Ignore a Field with Jackson
- How to Solve an Infinite Recursion Issue with Jackson
- Dealing with Null in Jackson
If you apply, the evaluation process for the job will also be very simple – we're going to go with a time-boxed, 5-hour topic push.
You're going to be spending an hour or so watching the documentation videos and the rest finding some actual topics.
Of course, the process is paid normally, at the standard rate - 20$ / hour (applicable in the first 3 months).
Best of luck,
Baeldung publishes in-depth articles and tutorials in the Java ecosystem and general Web Development, with a strong focus on Spring, Spring Security and RESTful APIs.
- We are an entirely remote company with a high degree of flexibility