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InfoQ long-form articles are timely, educational, and practical pieces (1500 - 4000 words long).

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Write and publish a long-form article on InfoQ, and share knowledge with a specialized international audience! Gain visibility in the software community, build an articles portfolio and grow your career. 


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4. How is this proposed article different and unique from other articles already published on the same topic? Please provide specific use case information and technical details to help better assess the proposal.
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Define specific takeaways from the article. A reader of your article should be able to walk away with a set of actions to perform, a new theory to think about, or a thought-provoking question to answer.  

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