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Found a cool resource listing some of the top web. dev. newsletters you can subscribe to and get straight into your email, full article by Thomas Peham, accessed here:
It seems like thereís more great stuff to read today than ever before. And still, finding that great stuff takes more and more time. Because of this, Iím a huge fan of newsletters, especially if they contain some awesomely curated content.
Hereís a list of great web development emails & newsletters you should definitely subscribe to.
Web Designer Weekly
Web Designer Weekly is a new newsletter by a web designer, for a web designer. Itís a web design newsletter curating the best resources, tips, advice on how to become a better web designer. If youíre looking for new ways to step up your web design and UX knowledge, you should give this newsletter a try.
As a web developer or designer, you probably know SitePoint. They publish interesting articles, tutorials, books, and courses regularly. If youíd prefer that content delivered straight to your inbox, you should give SitePointís newsletter Versioning a try.
Versioning is a daily newsletter featuring a handpicked selection of the most important things in web dev and design Ė as well as some fun content, too.
Responsive Design Weekly
The great things about round-ups is that those newsletters wonít flood your inbox, rather than deliver great content once a week/month/etc. The Responsive Design newsletter is definitely your go-to resource if youíre looking for responsive design tips and tools in a nice weekly overview.
Code Project newsletter
Webdesigner Depot newsletter
Webdesignerdepot.com is a great web development & web design blog with some awesome articles on various topics. Itís packed with quick bits of news, as well as inspirational long reads and cool new services & tools.
code tuts+ newsletter
tuts+ provides some awesome content on interesting tutorials and reviews on web development related topics.
By subscribing to their newsletter, youíll receive weekly updates on new code courses and web development tutorials.
If you enjoy hacker news, the hackernewsletter is your go-to newsletter. Basically, itís a weekly round-up of the best articles on tech, programming, and startups. All links are curated posts from hacker news.
If youíre interested in latest WordPress developments, you should check out wpmail.me, which is a weekly newsletter with the best WordPress resources, news, and articles.
If youíre developing for WordPress, you probably stumbled upon some Yoast plugins for WordPress already. Especially the Yoast SEO plugin is probably the standard of WordPress plugins. The great thing? Yoast also provides a weekly, sometimes bi-weekly newsletter, including some great WordPress tips.
The developerWorks newsletter is curated by IBM engineers and offers you some great content in a large number of categories Ė such as cloud computing, Linux, Java, and a lot more. Youíll also find ebooks, studies and other great content in their monthly newsletter.
Weekly newsletters are quite prominent in the web development and software field. The Ruby Weekly newsletter brings you the latest Ruby articles and news directly in your inbox.
With the DEVOPS WEEKLY newsletter, youíll get a weekly slice of DevOps news delivered to your mailbox. This newsletter features some great tools and articles that every developer might enjoy.
The Smashing Email newsletter
Smashing Magazine is an awesomely great news site offering some high quality content on a broad variety of web development and web design related topics. By subscribing to their bi-weekly newsletter, youíll get the best articles directly sent to your mailbox.
Dev Tips Daily
If you prefer smaller bits of interesting content, Iíd definitely recommend to give Dev Tips Daily from Umar Hansa a try. Youíll receive a developer tip, mostly in form of a gif 5 days a week.
CSS Weekly is a weekly round-up containing the best tutorials, experiments and tools for CSS. Besides the HTML5 Weekly, itís a great resource for frontend developers and those who want to learn more about CSS.
Wow..that was quite a lot. Any newsletter missing? Let me know in the comments!
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22-08-2019, 14:17CharlotteBFantastic web development newsletters worth reading
Great post @CharlotteB , some great sites here! :)