Professional Blogging – Technical Writing
I wrote this technical blog post for Severalnines on PostgreSQL Roles and their management. I was able to complete this project almost a full week early and surpassed the minimum 1500 word count with around 2700. The blog post was published live on Jan 8, 2018. This is my first client work project.
I really had to dig deep to get this blog post where I was comfortable sending it out but in the end, I am super happy with it. Such a fantastic opportunity for development, growth, and learning in public. Little did I know this blog post would eventually make it into Hacker News, sparking much interest and many comments.
I really appreciate Severalnines giving me such a great opportunity. Published live on Apr 6, 2018.
Top PostgreSQL Security Threats
Another blog post I wrote for Severalnines on a highly interesting and important topic. Security. I really enjoyed all the research and ‘Googling’ involved to complete this blog post. This assignment was my first ‘research type’ of blog post and I learned a great deal during its various phases.
A super fun guest blog post I wrote for the Severalnines PostgreSQL blog. The subject matter of this post is somewhat out of my comfort zone as I view this as more of a DBA task versus a hardcore SQL Developer (which is the role I am most interested in). Nevertheless I enjoyed ‘tackling’ it and learning what I needed to complete some of the backups I wrote about. Plus, having the ability to secure database backups is an essential tasks in all systems. Overall, I am pleased with the outcome of it.
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I am highly interested in engaging in other SQL focused blogging/technical writing endeavors and relish new opportunities in guest writing/blogging.