Work on Computer Science and AI/ML focused Tutorials (remote, part-time)

Baeldung

We’re looking for an Engineer/Scientist to work on articles explaining core Computer Science concepts.
First – you naturally need to have a CS background to base your work on, preferably with teaching or research or machine learning. Candidates without at least two years of teaching or CS-related projects won't be taken into account.
Second, while the articles aren't focused on any particular language, they can be code-centric, so being in the trenches and able to code is instrumental. We also use LateX to publish our CS articles, experience with it is considered an asset.
Finally – you need a solid command of the English language.
Definitely don't stop reading here :)
Budget and Time Commitment
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Here are the typical budgets used by most authors:
Level 9
  • 1250+ words - 77$
  • 1500+ words - 82$
  • ...
Level 10
  • 1500+ words - 85$
  • 2000+ words - 95$
  • ...
Once you get started, we have a lot more budget levels (the top level is 18), based on the quality of your writeups.
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In terms of time commitment, a good target is one article every 2-3 weeks - but that’s very flexible (as long as our communication is good).
About the article (+ some examples)
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We’ll usually pick articles out of the existing content calendar of the site. You can also suggest your own topics as well (and get additional compensation for that).
Here are a few examples of topics:
  • Breadth-First Vs Depth-First Traversal
  • What is the time complexity of tree traversal?
  • Algorithm to return all combinations of k elements from n
  • Sort of fixed length 6 int array
And a few examples of articles:
Finally, you can also find the contribution guidelines on our site: https://www.baeldung.com/contribution-guidelines
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