Why a developer/programmer (including you) should write blogs

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In recent times, Blogs are one of the most unique ways to stay connected with the like-minded people and share thoughts with them. Blogging has now become way more than just as a hobby.

Here we are talking about technical blogs. There is a general perception among developers that they are not good at writing. However, it is true that blogging and programming are two different things. But, the present trend shows how developers who are least bothered about writing, are now trying to maintaining their separate blogs.

According to a survey by Evans Data Corporation, United States currently has the largest number of developer population. By 2021, India is projected to have largest developer population.

The stats says it all. If these many developers start sharing their knowledge online then it will be very beneficial for beginners in the programming field.

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