Contribute to Adeva's Blog

Our team is always open for new contributors to bring fresh tips, opinions, research, and thought leadership about the ever-changing world of technology to our readers.

We at Adeva are great fans of the written word. If you have a trending and exciting topic you wish to write about, we're interested. Uniqueness, creativity, and a hack for writing attention-grabbing posts is what we need.

Our blog has around 15K visitors each month that range from developers and CTOs to startup founders and project managers.

Contributing to our blog will be a great honor for us and a fantastic opportunity for you. Whether you're a software engineer, a team leader or a project manager, writing about your experiences and knowledge from the tech industry will get you exposure and the chance to expand your portfolio.

If you're considering sending us a pitch, please take the time to review our writing guidelines that would give you an idea of what type of content we're after and how you can send a submission.

Our Audience

Our primary audience are technology people, including startup founders, CTOs, Project Managers and Software Engineers.

The blog is divided into two parts, engineering blog, and business blog. The engineering blog revolves around topics like machine learning, programming languages, and tech stack. Blog posts in this section are in-depth development tutorials on a range of tech concepts geared towards developers.

The business blog focuses on trending topics like remote work, the future of work, agile talent, startups, and the workplace. Blog posts in this section are geared towards business-oriented readers who need valuable advice on their projects.

Why are we telling you this? Because the most effective writers have a clear concept of who they're writing for. By having the target audience in mind, you'll have an easier time putting together a post that brings value to the reader.

Writing Guideline

  • Your content should be 100% unique and written by you.
  • The length of the content should range anywhere from 1200-3000 words.
  • The blog posts should be readable. Make sure you use headings, shorter sentences, and divide your text into smaller paragraphs.
  • Please make your content data-rich. Use relevant data to support your claims.
  • When using external research, please state your source.
  • Don't forget to write and include your short biography at the end of the text.
  • Avoid using GIFs instead of regular images. Always choose regular images that are relevant to the topic.

Blog Content

As we have a clearly defined audience, we're picky about the topics to which you can contribute. Before you submit your pitch idea, make sure it falls under one of the following topics:

  • Tutorials, tips, and guides for developers. These posts can revolve around the most popular programming languages. Our primary focus is everything software related.
  • Tutorials, tips, and guides for startup founders, CTOs, product owners, and other people who need help building their product. Possible topics of focus include digital transformation, open-source for business, agile talent, and the future of work.
  • Your opinion on tech industry trends and predictions.

Content We Won't Accept

  • We don't accept plagiarism.
  • Don't pitch us content ideas that have already been published on our blog. Make sure you review our blog to get a clear idea of available topics.
  • We won't accept posts that are too promotional for your company.
  • Offensive and inaccurate posts are also a no-no.

At the moment, we’re interested in pitches on the following topics:

  • Release Management
  • CI/CD
  • Cloud Infrastructure
  • Software Architecture
  • Teams
  • Application Testing
  • Open Source
  • Security
  • Documentation

How to Send a Submission

When you're ready to send us your pitch idea, please fill out this form. Our editors from the marketing department will review your pitch and get in touch within a month. If you don't hear from us within a month, that means that your pitch idea doesn't match our current content strategy. Please note that it's possible to send us a few topic ideas.