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Testimonials

Quincy Larson

Founder, freeCodeCamp

Congrats to the entire Hashnode community. They are revolutionizing tech blogging.

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Peter Friese

Developer Advocate @Google on @Firebase

Someone in my stream mentioned @hashnode as an alternative to Medium, so I thought I’d give it a try. Here’s the result of mirroring my Gatsby-powered blog.

Overall, it's a really pleasant experience.

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Andrey Cheptsov

Product Manager, @PyCharm

If you are using @Medium for technical blogs, consider moving to @hashnode right away. You'll fall in love with it from the first very minute of using it 😍😍

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Rajat Jain

Software Engineer at Microsoft

I have written blogs on different platforms. Got a chance to experience @hashnode for the first time. Honestly speaking, I loved everything about it. An awesome experience. Now, hashnode is my default tech blogging platform :)

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James Tucker

Software engineer, soonastudios

Moved my blog over to @hashnode today.

Why?

βœ… It's free
βœ… You own your content
βœ… You have an existing community to share your content with
βœ… The founders seem to be eager to help you succeed as a creator.

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Danny Steenman

AWS Cloud Consultant

I’ve decided to make a huge leap and migrate my blog to @hashnode ! I’m really impressed with what they’ve accomplished in this short amount of time! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

I’m happy to join this community and I can’t wait to share more of my learnings on AWS with you!

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John Bowdre

Sysadmin, autocrosser, and Google Product Expert

I've been wanting a place to document/share scripts, one-liners, and other such technical nerdery that I come across or come up with. @hashnode seems kind of perfect for that, and it was silly simple to set up with my domain. Very happy with this so far.

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Corey O'Donnell

Full-Stack Web Developer

I am killing the blog off my personal site and going full on @hashnode

Reasons:
- Personal Domain
- Free Analytics
- Free Newsletter
- SEO built in
- Constantly pushing new features
- Community is amazing

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Catalin Pit

AWS Community Builder & Writer

The thing that attracts me the most to Hashnode is that it combines both worlds of a dynamic blog like a WordPress blog and a static site like a Gatsby blog.

It has more features than a static blog, but it is less-bloated than a WordPress blog.

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Victoria Lo

Web/Software Developer & Writer

100 days ago, I published my first blog post on a new and unfamiliar platform called Hashnode. Today, publishing articles on Hashnode is a routine, a hobby, a great joy.

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Uduak Obong-Eren

Software Engineer, & Open Source Enthusiast

I am super stoked to share that my #tech blog on @hashnode has crossed ✨58000+✨ page views in less than 48 hours.

Great content + an amazing platform = Winning combo! Thanks to the team at Hashnode πŸ™Œ for building such a great platform.

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Gyen Abubakar

Front-end Developer

Another advantage of Hashnode is its huge community that keeps growing day-in-day-out; you get free support from other devs.

Unlike WP, Hashnode is built with developers in mind.

I can't recommend any better platform for devs who want to start blogging.

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Simon HΓΈiberg

Front-end Developer

Alright! πŸ”₯

After hearing so much nice talk about @hashnode, I got my own blog up and running tonight!

I'll migrate my articles from Medium, and continue my blogging activities here πŸ™Œ

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Akintunde Sultan

Ambassador, @grantfortheweb

In the next 2 years, @hashnode might own the content creation market and overthrow Medium, both in terms of reach and functionalities.

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Antonio Lo Fiego

Data Analyst @ RevZilla

Really excited to officially launch my developer blog, Cloudy with a Chance of Software, powered by @hashnode.

If you're interested in #Docker, give a read to my first article!

Thanks, @andrewbrown and @monde_ for the editing feedback! #100DaysOfCloud

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Jatin Rao

Front End Web Developer

Whoa Whoa Whoa πŸ˜‚ July has been crazy, I published 4 articles over @hashnode & It got over 8.2k views 🀩

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Qiusheng Wu

Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee

@hashnode is super developer-friendly. I like it much better than Medium. Being able to write blogs solely using markdown and auto backup with GitHub is awesome! Goodbye, Medium.

Welcome to my new blog on @hashnode

https://blog.gishub.org

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Peterson Oaikhenah

Core Team @repotecc

Yea, @hashnode has won πŸ˜€. They fixed d issue of Dev blogging & d hassle of maintaining your own devblog.
Free features
- MD
- dark mode
- your publication lives on your URL πŸ€“
- it's simple and easy to start Dev blogging today πŸ‘Œ

A mobile app or PWA would be great πŸ‘

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Sabin Adams

Developer for 6 years, writer, and UI/UX enthusiast

I've recently been moving articles over from my personal blog to @hashnode

Such an awesome platform! Feel free to give my blog a look: https://instruct.hashnode.dev

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Shriram Balaji

Software Engineer @netapp

@hashnode is a game-changer! Setting up a blog with a custom domain, from signup took less than 5 minutes. Looking forward to writing on it.

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Tina Holly

πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’» Full Stack Software Developer

Hashnode has a variety of features that I appreciate:

- Markdown editor
- Canonical link support
- Automated backups to a Github repository
- Custom domain linking
- Nice code syntax highlighting, with the bonus of embedding external services for code snippets

There's also a helpful community on Discord to get some help if needed.

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