Chris is the Principal Program Manager for Browser Tools at Microsoft and writes about HTML5, open-source and future of tech.
Join Jason Lengstorf as he pair programs with brilliant folks from the community to build something live in about 90 minutes.
Stefan writes about topics like Next.js, CSS, and web development in general. He also runs a monthly newsletter that covers productivity tips for developers and made tiny-helpers.dev.
Addy Osmani (Adnan Osmani) is an engineering manager at Google working on Chrome. His teams work on tools like Lighthouse and PageSpeed Insights. He is author of open-source projects like Yeoman, TodoMVC and Material Design Lite.
Jeremy writes about web development, CSS, performance, and more. He also shares links to his favorite articles around the web through his blog.
Ben Nadel is a cofounder of Invision and blogs about ColdFusion, jQuery, HTML5, AJAX, SQL, and all aspects of web application development. He's also known for his articles about working with Angular.
Gleb is the VP Engineering at Cypress and has published over 300 blog posts about working with Cypress for test automation, continuous integration, testing in React, and web security. He's also authored 300+ open source projects.
Maxime shares through his writing his experience as a frontend engineer and everything he's learning about on React, Typescript, SwiftUI, Serverless, and testing.
CSS Wizardry is run by Harry Roberts. Recent articles focus primarily on web performance, performant CSS, performance budgets, and practical strategies like prefetch and cache-control. Most articles these days cover more general web development than CSS alone, despite the name of the blog.
Ire writes about topics through the entire web development spectrum. Recent posts talk about React, creating live images, and working with Puppeteer on Netlify. She's a frontend developer and UI designer from Lagos, Nigeria.
Sarah writes about design, frontend development, accessibility, inclusivity, and ethics. Their most recent posts talk about accessible data visualizations, the ramifications of big data and tools like Genderify, and AI. Read for an interesting intersection of technology and ethics.
Swimburger.net is a blog about .NET, C#, Web Development, Azure, Umbraco, and more authored by Niels Swimberghe. Niels tries to document whatever could save fellow developers time and effort from the tiniest tricks to long step by step guides.
Scott O'Hara writes about building great, accessible user experiences for everyone. He primarily covers accessibility in web development, HTML, CSS, and images.
Drawing on over 20 years of experience, Nicolas advocates a pragmatic use of Web technologies based on progressive enhancement. He writes about web performance, particularly responsive images, the JAMstack, and the IndieWeb.
Miguel is known in the Python community for his contributions to the Flask API framework and writes about Python on his blog. He's a software engineer, photographer and filmmaker, currently lives in Drogheda, Ireland.
Zach writes about what he learns day-to-day in his role at Netlify. Some recent articles talk about eliminating layout shift, the state of the Eleventy static site generator, and bulk generating Open Graph images. Lots of articles on web performance as a whole.
Robert writes about fullstack development, covering topics from working with Docker and git to writing React unit tests. He also covers general software best practices like writing good commit messages and contributing to Stack Overflow.
Manuel focuses primarily on accessibility, also writes about CSS layout, architecture, and web performance.
Tutorials and resources geared towards self-taught web developers and people learning web development from the beginning. Jessica covers topics like working with media queries in CSS and debugging issues with z-index. She also runs an instagram account @thecodercoder.
Instead of focusing on large frameworks like React/Angular/Vue, this blog emphasizes how much is possible without them if you possess the right skills. Learn how to improve your code longevity and perhaps put an end to the constant code rewrites when a new framework becomes popular.
Dave's articles help you learn and master frontend development with React. He writes about React and Redux, and is also the author of the Pure React course.
Wes writes about web development and covers topics like React.js, Node, Express, Lambda, Gatsby, and Next.js. Famous for his hot tips.
Scott Spence's digital garden is where you can learn with him whilst he creates projects in Gatsby, MDX, TypeScript, and testing with the React Testing Library using Cypress and QA Wolf.
Cathy writes about all kinds of web development topics, ranging from CSS, working with forms, and her recent departure from Sass in favor of native CSS functionality. Cathy loves to design with code and currently works as Head of Interaction Design.
David is a freelance web developer and writes about the tools and technologies he learns in his day-to-day work. Recent topics cover working with Svelte vs React, WordPress, Android Studio, and encryption and security.
Tibor writes about server-side Swift and the Vapor framework. You'll find him talking about using other, complementary tools like Feather CMS. His main focus is running Swift on the server and building web applications with Swift.
Jack writes about things he learns, as he learns them. The blogs covers primarily frontend web development, but also covers topics like CI/CD, social media and email lists, and posting photos on Unsplash.
It covers Eleventy, CSS, the IndieWeb. Various topics but always original, with a nice writing style. He's recently written articles about topics like the 90s web and building whimsical websites.
Ethan writes primarily about design systems, responsive web design, and CSS. He also wrote a book about responsive web design. Posts on his blog also touch on his own experiences as a speaker and author.
Philo writes about tech, startups, personal development, and communication. The main focus is on technical articles and combining them with videos for those who prefer video over text. In the future, I'll broaden my scope a bit to add those additional topics. For anyone who is looking to learn more about programming, from novice to expert but also learn more about soft skills in terms of communication and personal development.
Sia's blog covers web development and has a number of in-depth tutorials about working with Eleventy. Besides that, you'll find articles on image and font performance on the web and webmentions. She's a freelance web developer and a Women Techmakers ambassador.
Cassie writes about frontend development. You'll find posts about motion paths with SVG, animation with CSS, and other web development topics. The blog has a fun and playful design with plenty of graphics and illustrations.
Nick has hundreds of posts about Docker, Flask, Shell scripting, development environment optimizations and freelance web development tips. His blog is a mix of written articles and videos. Nick has been programming for 20 years and is a self-taught fullstack developer.
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