Do you love to code and write?
Do you love engaging with the dev community?
Are you curious and enjoy learning new technologies?
Are you sure you could write better docs than what you find on the web?
Educative is looking for Developer Advocate Interns who can walk in the developer's shoes, understanding where they'll have questions, need help, and want additional guidance, and use that experience, along with great communication and development skills, to develop compelling technical content.
You play a key part in driving an open source model for content development that encourages contributions from the developer community.
Key to success in this role is the ability to quickly grasp complex technical concepts and make them easily understandable in text and visual communication mediums. Clear and precise writing and verbal communication are essential.
This is a full time internship in the Educative office in Lahore, Pakistan. The internship will start in early June and end in late August, depending on the summer break established by local universities.
In this role, you will:
● Learn popular and upcoming technologies
● Produce high-quality technical content to drive developer engagement with Educative answers
● Incorporate marketing and content reviews before publication
● Ensure all deliverables meet expectations, including established timelines and quality standards
● Communicate project status, flagging and troubleshooting potential issues
● Undergraduate student in Computer Science, Engineering, or Information Technology
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
● Understanding of computer science concepts e.g. data structures and algorithms
● Familiarity with one or more programming languages
● Willingness to learn new programming languages and technologies
● Demonstrated time-management skills with ability to adhere to schedules and processes, meet deadlines, and collaborate
Educative provides online training courses for developers to learn new technologies. Our platform includes pre-configured interactive environments. This allows learners to practice their new skills right away with no additional setup on their machines. The courses weave in quizzes and coding challenges to enhance learning, and the test code can even be deployed so the learner can see what he/she has built. This is a far cry from the all too common one-size-fits-all video monologues.