Hack a Day is hiring


We’ve added a handful of contributors in the last couple months, but we’re still looking for more people to contribute daily posts and help expand the site.

This is a paid, freelancing position that requires professionalism, consistency, and reliability. We want to hear from people that are passionate about software/hardware hacking and growing Hack a Day. To apply, send the following to jobs@hackaday.com

  • A short bio about yourself
  • 3 example daily posts written in the style of Hack a Day
  • 3 software or hardware how-tos you’d like to see. For examples of work we’ve done in the past, look here, here, here, and here.
  • A couple sentences on how you would improve the site either through features or content
  • Any additional reasons why you would make a good fit for Hack a Day

Do not send any attachments. Having your own blog you can show off is a definite plus.

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Comments

  1. Josxbc says:

    hi i would like to propose you to open a Spanish version of hackaday i can help to traslate posts
    and i will create new ones

  2. justin says:

    ^^ uh google translator?

    a spanish version sounds like a lot of work and un-needed spending.

  3. CH says:

    So do you want articles to be professional, consistent, and reliable; Or in the style of Hack-A-Day? :>

  4. calebkraft says:

    @ch,
    ouch! but seriously, we need consistent and reliable at least.

  5. Hackius says:

    What’s the average workload we can expect and average pay?

  6. Nick Caiello says:

    @hackius
    I’m not sure if I can discuss the payment stuff here in the comments, but as far as workload goes its as many posts you’re able to write.

  7. Agent420 says:

    lol – i just submitted about 30 interesting links to consider when there are slow news days…. shouldda waited to get paid ;-)

  8. Harky S. says:

    Good fit: Doesn’t post manga.

  9. johnny says:

    When are submissions due?

  10. Keaton says:

    I sent mine in! I hope I have a chance, after all I have lots of free time.

  11. johnny says:

    how many submissions have you guys received and do you plan on skimming all of them?

  12. dan.wagg0r says:

    If our particular projects seem unethical, will we be disqualified?

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