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What are your programming blogs?

itachiuchiha profile image Itachi Uchiha ・1 min read

Hi. I need programming blogs to read. So, what are your programming blogs? You can also suggest blogs that are not yours.

Programming languages and technologies don't matter.

This is my blog sometimes I write in English.

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Itachi Uchiha Author

Yes, I know Hacker Noon. One of the bests blogs. I also recommend Codeburst.io

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Meghan (she/her)

No one's gonna say dev.to? Ok, DEV.to has lots of great content. If I could share with you my readinglist I would, I use it as bookmarks. Also Twitter is great for tech news and research :D

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ItsASine (Kayla)

I've actually been keeping track of my Reading List in a git snippet to kinda open source it. Moreso so my reading list remains just stuff to read rather than a mix of stuff to read and stuff to reference later.

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Ryan Palo

I write at Assert Not Magic.

Screenshot of my home page

I also generally cross-post everything on dev.to. :)

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flavio ⚡️🔥 • Edited

This is my blog.

I try to post a coding tutorial or short guide ever day (been doing this since January). Can't break the strike now 😁

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Ethan • Edited

^ @flaviocopes 's blog is amazing, the content is well-written and amazingly consistent 😯

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Sean Francis N. Ballais

I'd like to suggest Joel on Software and Hacker News. I would suggest Hacker Noon but Tata Ganesh got to it first.

I'd also plug my own website. I haven't been updating it since I got busy with academic work. I hope I can find time to write new posts.

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Itachi Uchiha Author

Thanks. I know Joel's website. If I start today to read his blog, I think my reading process will end in 2030. There are 1114 posts on his website. It could be a good resource for everyone.

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Sean Francis N. Ballais

It is quite a lot! I tend to just read his top posts.

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Mohan Ram

Go with medium. You can follow some good publications like codeburst.io, Netanal basal, Angularindepth.

I would recommend it since its useful for you to narrow down what topics you like will roam around your home page of medium

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Fred Ross

If you don't mind the programming content being mixed in with a lot of other very random things ranging from how sciences work to a screed about bioinformatics, I can point you to mine: madhadron.com

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Levi Albuquerque

I usually write here at Dev.to in English and at my Medium in Portuguese (and once a month in English) :)

As for the ones I usually read I love the posts here at Dev.to, it's a great community.

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Ethan

My blog is Code The Web! 🔥

I post web development tutorials for beginners that are jargon-free. I try to post at least once a week!

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Nikita Sobolev

I am at just a very beginning of building my own blog: sobolevn.me/

I write on good software, mediocre software, and bad software. Also rants about management and development processes.
I also cross-post my articles to dev.to

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Rob Hoelz

I write (sparingly) at hoelz.ro - mostly tips about command line tools like git, tmux, and vim. I also have a series on diving into a memory leak I found in the Perl 6 VM, how Perl 5 works under the hood, and an ongoing (but lapsed) series on learning new programming languages.

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Shaun Bebbington

Hello,

I have some old blogs that I may someday update as follows:

shaunbebbington.blogspot.com

and

yearofcodes.tumblr.com

For a short while, I had the ultimate programming blog in the pages of Micro Mart magazine when I wrote some programming tutorials, but alas MM is no longer published.

Regards,

Shaun.

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Peter Mbanugo

Here's my blog But I've been posting here on DEV for a while without reposting on my blog. So best to follow me here atm.

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Tiffany White • Edited

I blog here.

Most of the comments here have listed my favorite blogs to read but freeCodeCamp's publication is by far and away my favorite.

Edit: 👍🏾 for Joel on Software. Lots of gems in there.

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Sergio Daniel Xalambrí

This is my blog: sergiodxa.com/essays. Lot of Spanish content and a few English articles.

I also recommend you rauchg.com/essays, leo.im/essays, ponyfoo.com/ and 2ality.com (the last two if you are into JS).

From my blog I also recommend you to read How to keep updated with the JavaScript ecosystem? which has a long list of blogs, tags and publications to follow in Medium.

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harish1996

This is my blog (linuxfromanoobie.wordpress.com). I have started it recently and i am planning to put more articles as i learn concepts worthy of sharing.. Now it has some beginner's perspective articles about Git.

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Ada Rose Cannon 🏳️‍🌈

Mine is ada.is, I do pretty regular tech articles and a few videos.

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Arek Nawo • Edited

I've got 2 recommendations:

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Itachi Uchiha Author

I really like your personal blog. I wish to have that theme for WordPress :)

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Arek Nawo

Thanks. I use Ghost. And the theme is self-made.

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Alex Gwartney

I post my blog on here. It has mainly been about my journey into graphics programming. And giving my advice along the way.

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Alex 👨🏼‍💻FullStack.Cafe

Mine is blog.fullstack.cafe. I scout the best Full Stack Interview Questions and Answers all across the Internet and share them with my readers! Alex.

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Ben Robertson

I write about front end development and accessibility over at benrobertson.io/ :)

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Brian Greig

I may be biased because I am a contributor for them but Codeburst has a ton of quality content.

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Ashfaque Mohammed

You have entire answer briefly in this link. medium.com/@traversymedia/30-blogs...

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Preslav Mihaylov

Mine: pmihaylov.com

All sorts of posts about software development, presenting and general stuff.

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Yechiel Kalmenson • Edited

I may be biased but I like my blog RabbiOnRails.io.

I try to post semi-regularly. Though almost everything gets cross-posted to dev.to so feel free to just follow me here.

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Jens Klingenberg

My blog is jensklingenberg.de . My main topic is Android Development. Sometimes i write posts here on Dev.to

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Erhan Kılıç

I check dev.to, hacker news, nick's blog, mozilla blog. Here is my blog but I didn't write anything for a long time.

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Arpit Gogia

Here's mine, I have just started writing on a weekly basis :)

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Arto Tukki

My blog if you are interested in reading a blog about the problems I face as a beginner web developer.

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Jason Yu

Dev.to is where i put my blog. I also host the posts on my own site.

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Md:Nazmul hasan babu

Web development is not an easy task and having the support you need even if its only from online blogs is really a huge help. Thanks so much for sharing this list..outsourcingall.com

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Farooq Karimi Zadeh

Can you read persian, too?
pcworms.blog.ir

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Ryan Palo

Oh awesome! Thanks so much for the kind feedback. I was definitely going for like a "math teacher on a chalkboard" or "taking notes in my college class notebook" type font. :)

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