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I am a newbie here and this is my first post.
Although I am a content writer; but I have interests on Operating System. I used to create content based on my domain area. I have some piece of content and I would like to share those.
Please suggest me from where I can share my content here.
Welcome to LQ.
I'm having a hard time understanding what you mean by "content", can you elaborate more clearly or cite an example? Because saying you have interest "on Operating System" is not a very clear meaning. Are you interested in Linux? Windows? Real-Time Operating Systems? And what's your interest? Further writing projects, or technical participation? Next you mention you've created content based on your domain area. Meaning exactly what? A geographical area/domain? Or an actual internet domain name, such as mit.edu?
My points here are that a bit more of an understanding would then help with advising where to post your content. If you were to say that you've modified the Linux kernel and wish to share the results of your efforts, then there might be a specific scope of sites and forums where people would recommend you go to for sharing this type of information. Similarly if you say you have a number of documents written which are guides for using Linux, then people might recommend different sites and forums.