Paid content disclosure

As a data engineer and a technical writer, I'm exposed to a variety of technologies and services that attempt to make our lives as software and data engineers better and more efficient. I am proud to work with technology companies offering an excellent developer experience through their products or services.

Even when I receive compensation from a client for recommending their product or service in my article, it doesn't mean that this content is biased. I never recommend anything that didn't provide value for me. When I see any drawbacks of a specific technology, I'm presenting them without sugar-coating anything to give you, as a reader, a full picture. I'm a firm believer that there is no silver bullet in technology, and I never treat any particular platform as a one-size-fits-all solution.

Some parts of my evaluation can be opinionated, but I do my best to distinguish between my opinion and hard facts, for which I’m always referencing the source material.

Any opinion not based on hard facts and reference materials is entirely my own and not reflective of my employer or clients.

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References:

[1] The FTC's endorsement guides

[2] Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers - Federal Trade Commission

Note: Writing this disclosure has been inspired by Arlie Peyton.

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