Staying up to date with technology developments is an important part of a modern software developer’s daily activity as well as one of the defining behaviours for a successful career.
As an engineer I find it exciting to stay in the loop with what my peers are working with or towards. Here is a list of daily newsletters that I am grateful for:
PyCoders weekly - python specific, this newsletter is a dose of news across multiple technical verticals related by the python programming language
software lead weekly - delivers a short email with inspirational opinions about culture inside software companies
GoLang Weekly - a dose of news across multiple technical verticals related by the python programming language, recently devops is quite a theme within goLang communities
StatusCode Weekly: "A weekly newsletter covering software development, Web operations, infrastructure, platforms, and performance, from browser down to the metal." Their own description works best.
Cron Weekly: News articles with security and DevOps at it’s core. This is so good that I sometimes click through all the links inside the weekly edition.
FoundersGrid: A well put together list of stories from different startUps. Short list with a well formed opinion near each link.
Maker Mind: Similar with Founders Grid in format, focused on improving brain and practices.
Typescript Weekly: This newsletter is short and slim, typescript focused.
The Quantum Daily: There are not that many Quantum Computing focused newsletters, this one kept my eye as it has some case studies and book recommendations such as 7 Quantum Computing Books For The Uninitiated.
Vue.js News: My favourite front-end framework’s news. The newsletter is not as rich, but is so much better these days with quite a few communities contributing such as nuxt-community.
React Status: Love this one for exploring what other cool libraries are out there. React focused, while always comes with a load of cool stories and experiments.
WebAssembly Weekly: WebAssembly is a promising secure web environment to bring other programming languages out of the backend end (joke). The newsletter is slim for now, while still worthwhile to keep in the mail box.
- Serverless Status: Serverless is one of the most talked subjects these days, we have picked up at least one new feature each week based on the suggestions in the serverless status weekly.
Inside AI: Rob May’s roundup of stories and commentary on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and NeuroTechnology. Rob May is an authority for me regarding companies built with AI at their core.
towards data science: Various research and case studies for data science.