These are a few of my favorite engineering blogs and newsletters. The topics range from tech tutorials, career advice, cool projects, to art.
Gergely writes about career growth and engineering management. These are some of my favorite blog posts:
Dave writes about all things React in a way that's easy to understand. He is the author of Pure React, a beginner-friendly introduction to React.
Robert's blog is on programming for advanced beginners. His Programming for Advanced Beginner series is one of my favorites. He reviewed one of my projects as part of the series.
Will has written approximately five hundred posts, a lot of them on management and infrastructure. Though I'm not a manager, I enjoy getting insight into the management point of view in growing an organization. He also writes a newsletter which I look forward to weekly. His post, Staff-plus interview processes, is a recent favorite.
Itamar writes about work/life balance as a programmer, productivity, and learning. His "More than just coding" blogs are my favorites because they always leave me wondering.
Khalil writes about TypeScript and testing. He is also writing solidbook, a book on software design and architecture with TypeScript
Charity writes about engineering and management.
Oleksii writes about his web-development and machine learning projects.
Denise writes about career advice, learnings throughout her career, and also runs doodling workshops. Her post, Do you have any questions for me?, is a favorite of mine and came in handy for interviewing.
Maggie explains programming through illustration. Her website is a digital garden. One of my favorites is her talk where she explains React as a potato.
Emma writes about React and cool projects she works on. One of my favorites is, Raising my first pull request to Forem.
Camille writes about management and career growth. She is also the author of The Manager's Path.
Mark writes about React and Redux. My favorite is his series on How Web Apps Work.
A newsletter on advice for engineering managers and engineers with a focus on big tech and high-growth startups. The newsletter has a free and paid tier. This newsletter was the most "worth it" purchase of my 2021 learning budget.
Diversify Tech connects underrepresented people in tech to jobs scholarships, events, speaking opportunities and more. There are different subsets (professional, student, business, ally, job alert) of the newsletter you can choose to subscribe to.
A weekly newsletter covering topics and trends in large-scale system design.