Dan Luu writes about software engineering, working in startups, and the tech industry as a whole.
Julia writes about Ruby and systems programming, and often creates illustrated zines that explain Linux concepts.
A blog about software, engineering management, and career development based on Gergely's experience at high growth startups like Uber, Skype, and Skyscanner.
Chelsea covers numerous topics across software engineering, from API design to machine learning, Python, and professional development. She's also a public speaker and activist.
Software, technology, sysadmin war stories, and more. One of the most well-known and prolific writers in the systems space, yet blogs semi-anonymously.
Jeff writes about software development, though his latest series focuses on building a PC from scratch. He's known as the co-founder of Stackoverflow and Discourse forum software.
Patricia is a programmer who has worked mostly in C++ and Java. She had experience working on large scale browsers and embedded systems. She is also one of the organizers of the #include<c++> community and helps to improve the inclusion and diversity of the C++ community.
Cindy's blog is pretty wide-sweeping. She writes about everything from distributed systems, operating systems, and build systems to peer-reviewed papers, tool reviews and favorite tech talks to broad highlights of the last decade in tech. Cindy's writing is clear with fresh perspective.
Inigo writes about fractals, graphics, math, shaders, and demoscene. The blog provides articles, tutorials, code, and presentations related to all of these topics. Inigo has also worked as a VR Architect, a Film Tech Artist, and Visual Effects Specialist.
John (aka Bitfield) is a Go mentor and author of the 'For the Love of Go' book series. He writes tutorials and articles on various aspects of Go, including comparisons with Rust and Python, and details of the proposed generics support in Go. His clear, friendly, helpful articles are aimed at beginners and anyone who wants to level up their Go skills.
A blog about Legacy Code and how to deal with it. He regularly shares techniques, tips and tricks to tame the legacy mess you've inherited. Written by Nicolas Carlo who lives and works in Montreal, Canada. He also founded the Software Crafters Montreal community which cares about building maintainable software.
Luca writes Rust and software development at large. His blog hosts the chapters of "Zero To Production In Rust", a book on backend development in Rust. You will also find updates on Open Source packages he maintains and/or contributes to, such as wiremock-rs, cargo-chef, linfa, and more.
Articles on building high performing teams, software development and technical leadership. The blog writes includes various topics spanning from spinning up new SaaS products, running services at scale and techniques for solving difficult problems. There are posts describing hard lessons from leading teams through tough turbulent transitions, multiple business pivots and showing kind leadership over autocratic approaches.
Vladimir is writing mainly about Domain-Driven Design and testing. His posts are very informative and teaches you a lot about main concepts of DDD. He shows the examples in C#, but the concepts can be applied to any language. People who are interested in DDD and testing best practices may find the blog interesting.
Graphics, math, code. Well explored and well explained. According to the blog, it covers topics like Programming, Graphics, Gamedev, Exotic Computation, and Audio Synthesis.
Jason writes about building strong teams, healthier working lives, effective habits, & more. Learn actionable strategies written from real experience.
Vicki writes nuanced articles about tech, society, and the Big Picture. Her writing is informed by her experience as a data science consultant working with Python, Spark, and SQL.
Sébastien writes about front-end development, back-end development, TypeScript, software architecture, IT security, IT infrastructure as well as management and leadership. Both for newcomers and experienced developers.
Grijjy write throughly researched posts on a wide variety of topics around Delphi development. Recent posts include a custom XML DOM using 8 bytes per node, allocation-free collections, using Metal on macOS, several posts on managed records, and more.
Computer Science explained simply. Skerritt explains concepts like set theory for competitive programming, designing effective peer-to-peer networks, and algorithms in Python.
Cee writes about software, management, freelancing, product, and everything in between.
A website about completing tiny programming projects. Ben stores his ideas for apps, websites, games, and businesses in a list on his phone and tries them out one project at a time. He recently finished 6 months tiny projects.
Jamees writes about topics ranging from engineering management to meditation. Articles to help software engineers and technically minded people become more productive, successful and happy.
Ana writes about software development, mostly with ruby. Lately, her posts have been focused on querying with rails and postgreSQL. TDD, clean and performant code are other preferred topics.
STEM hash by Iram Lee is a blog about science, technology, engineering, and math. He focuses on Computer Science and Software Engineering. His goal is to explain these topics in an easy to understand way for everyone.
With .NET as the main topic, a blog about development in general, going through programming languages, paradigms, patterns, distributed systems, architecture and whatever else comes to mind.
A blog about software development with a focus on writing Functional Programming, and Culture. Recently he's written about how hypermedia can help you design web API's and how to do it in a type safe way with TypeScript. He's also covered practicing continuous deployment in a practical way.
Domenico writes about backend development, mostly focusing on best practices. Sometimes he also writes about his own side-projects, small accomplishments and what he learns at work. The focus is on tools and techniques you can apply to any programming language.
The blog about software engineering and engineering management. It covers topics like how object orienting programming can make you a better developer, and leading in a company without formal authority.
Elegant Objects is a book about object-oriented programming, and Sergey's blog is a pragmatic adaptation of the concepts outlined in the book. He writes articles about object-oriented programming and design, with recent articles about object equality and the pitfalls of making classes final.
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