What blogs do you read?

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Sometimes when I have a break at work, there are some content I like to read, such as:

  • dev.to
  • Hacker Noon
  • Martian Chronicles
  • and so on...

To aggregate all these blogs I like, I'm building an open-source curated list of blogs, websites, and all kinds of reads about software development.

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📖 A curated list of blogs, websites, and all kinds of reads about software development.

Digest

A curated list of blogs, websites, and all kinds of reads about software development.

Summary

General

  • dev.to - open-source community where programmers share ideas and help each other grow
  • Martian Chronicles - very detailed posts about back-end, UX, React, Ruby, Rails, front-end
  • Martin Fowler - reliable content about software architecture, design patterns
  • Coding Horror - a blog by Jeff Atwood, Stack Overflow's co-founder, on programming and human factors
  • Joel on Software - Stack Overflow co-founder's blog. He writes about software development, management, business
  • Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots - written by thoughtbot, experienced designers and developers who turn your idea into the right product
  • Signal v. Noise - strong opinions and shared thoughts on design, business, and tech. By the makers (and friends) of Basecamp. Since 1999.
  • Google Developers - for engineers, by engineers

Back-end

What blogs do you read? Comment below, or even, open a PR =)

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Blog by Fred Wilson, a vc at Union Square Ventures.
avc.com/

Saastr blog, a blog about running a Saas businees.
saastr.com/blog/

Coding horror, a blog by Jeff Atwood, co-founder of stackoverflow.
blog.codinghorror.com/

and may I suggest, blog written by me and my teammates: moesif.com/blog

 
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