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Who are your favorite writers here on DEV?

xtrp profile image Gabriel Romualdo Updated on ・1 min read

Who are some people whose posts on DEV you particularly enjoy?

Here are a few of mine:

  • Emma Wedekind — she writes about a variety of topics, with her latest post being about speaking at conferences. She's also a co-host of the Ladybug Podcast with other DEV community members Kelly Vaughn and Ali Spittel.
  • Andrew Healey — He writes technical content in a few languages such as Python, JavaScript, and Go. He also runs a weekly newsletter on his website and has been featured on DEV's top 7.
  • DEV.to Staff — I had to list this one because of their daily code challenges, which are interesting algorithm-like coding problems in which DEV users show off their solutions in their language-of-choice.
  • Jacob Herrington — Jacob runs a super interesting Podcast called DevPath.fm, and writes about a variety of topics. He's been featured on the top 7, and now, in fact, works at DEV.

So, who are your favorite writers on the DEV community?

— Gabriel Romualdo, November 23, 2019

Note: I formerly wrote under my pseudonym, Fred Adams.

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Young web developer (in high school) looking to build something new with code and make a name for myself. More at xtrp.io. Formerly known as Fred Adams.

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I can't write an exhaustive list, but it would include the DEV.to team
and also @jcutrell @jeremylikness @awwsmm @char_bone @aspittel @carolstran

Jonathan Cutrell gives great soft skills advices in the Developer Tea Podcast

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Jeremy Likness has a great series that empower people to start giving technical talks

Follow Andrew and I guarantee you will learn a lot while reading his lists of 20 things

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Charlotte has written great posts on why and how we should reconsider the hiring process

Ali Spittel wrote too much good articles, I can't summarize them

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I just started following Carolyn after her great article on removing condescending language from documentation

 

Oh wow thank you Jean-Michel! as I'm so new to writing on here this especially means a lot to me :)

 

Thanks for the shout-out, Jean-Michel!

 

I'm the moderator for the growing #sql, #database and #postgres tags.

There's plenty of Data Devs writing about all things from Data Engineering, Data Science and Analytics. I've been really loving their posts lately.



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Thanks so much! Will have more posts and interesting content coming soon, and thanks again for the comment.

— Gabriel

 

You are welcome.

— Habdul Hazeez

Em dash: it says professional 😁

 

I always enjoy Ali Spittel's insights.

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Ali Spittel, Ryland G, Ilona Codes, Rachel Soderberg and Molly Struve. My favs.

 

not on DEV only, he is really great person

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I remember when Chris liked one of my pens on codepen, that was a good day.

 

Laurie Barth is my all-time favourite. She writes about her dev-life, new additions to javascript, etc

 

My favourite writer is lydia

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