[Article] 10 Principles for writing awesome coding tutorials

Hey guys,
What’s up?

As developers, we all spend some time teaching stuff to others - be it here in the forum or somewhere else. I’m super enthusiastic about coding education and have been working on Zentorial for a while.

As part of the effort of improving the educational material out there for us, I’ve just compiled the result of a qualitative research with 100+ developers and coding instructors performed over the last 3 weeks into a short article that will help you:

  • Provide more effective and consistent learning experiences in your tutorials
  • Facilitate the process of creating and improving your content


As always, I would be very happy to receive your feedback :slight_smile:


Thanks man, will give this a read :slight_smile:

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