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  • I write for InfoQ because it helps me keep up with the latest and greatest technology achievements. The constant flow of potential news items is a great way to know what’s going on in the development world. Having the opportunity to pick the things I’m interested in to write about is really cool. Not only that, but I get to improve my writing skills because InfoQ has world-class editors that edit and improve the pieces I write. Finally, writing for InfoQ provides an avenue to connect with the authors of leading-edge software via Q & A. I highly encourage aspiring technology authors to take advantage of the opportunities that InfoQ provides.- Matt Raible (Raible is a well-known figure in the Java community, and has been building web applications for most of his adult life. Author of the JHipster minibook and Developer Evangelist at Stormpath)."

    Matt Raible - Java Champion Matt Raible,
    Java Champion, Author of the JHipster minibook and Developer Advocate at Okta

  • My current employer wanted me to stop many of my external activities, including InfoQ writing…While I could have stayed and stopped doing external writing/training/speaking, I felt it was a sacrifice that I didn't have to make. I'm a better technologist because of the research I do for InfoQ and my other external activities. I think it's a privilege to have the opportunity to write for InfoQ, and it's one worth changing jobs for!

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    Senior Director of Product at Pivotal

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    Data Engineer and Backend Software Architect

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    Independent Consultant Agile, Lean, Quality & Continuous Improvement

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