We need to establish a relation with an experienced Java Enterprise (JEE/J2EE) technical ghostwriter. We shall begin with a single article. If satisfied, we anticipate commissioning more articles on fairly regular basis.
1) COMPLETELY ORIGINAL and does not resemble any published work. Article content will be thoroughly verified for ingenuity.
2) Uses the latest versions of JDK/JRE/Frameworks (no one wants to read about EJB 2.0 for instance), and technically accurate/tested. Submissions will be inspected by a veteran J2EE pro.
3) Length: 1800 to 2200 words (Excluding code snippets).
4) Type: Tutorial. For example: “A Developer’s Guide to XYZ” or "How to XYZ". It should teach a new or novel but useful/practical concept, a specific programming technique, comparison between 2 or more techniques, or a useful programmatic solution to a specific and common problem not already covered by online or printed publications. The target audience should be intermediate to advanced J2EE professionals only. It will include a few lines of code or configuration snippets that are central to the discussion and that compile without errors. Including meaningful high quality graphics (Example: performance comparison chart) is a big plus.
At a minimum:
A) Introduction: Briefly introduce the reader to the topic, and briefly describe your approach and where it stands w.r.t other approaches.
B) Body: The actual tutorial/solution with code snippets and any other metrics/comparison.
C) Conclusion, Further Reading and References (must include at least 2 or 3 reputable online or book references).
6) Subject, it could revolve around (pick any subject):
A) Securing J2EE Apps (Security).
B) Spring, Hibernate or Struts.
C) EJB 3.0
D) Java Enterprise Virtualization.
E) Java Enterprise Clustering.
If you believe you have the writing and technical background required, then please send us the following:
1) Briefly describe your proposed topic.
2) Your Bid/Fee.
3) Delivery time.
4) Examples of your other publications is extremely desirable.