Tech newsletters that will up your tech and coding game

The following newsletter collection helps me stay up to date on exciting coding topics with lots of fun articles and posts. I highly recommend these to anyone who wants to learn and up their coding game πŸ”₯

Christina Hastenrath

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πŸ’‘ I found that newsletters are an excellent source for learning more about coding and exploring new exciting topics.

πŸ‘‰ From short informative newsletters explaining a short code snippet to newsletters featuring a bunch of great blog posts, I love opening my inbox and browsing through my tech newsletters πŸ’›

πŸš€ The following collection of newsletters I would recommend to anyone interested in coding and tech. Here are my top newsletters I would highly recommend following if you want to up your tech and coding game 🎲

Javascript

  1. Go make things by Chris Ferdinandi. You can get daily JavaScript tips with code examples. Chris has a great way of explaining and offers the perfect daily JavaScript snacks.
  2. JavaScript Weekly. This is a fantastic newsletter for all news around JavaScript.

React

  1. Kent C. Dodds has a newsletter showcasing his newest blog posts. Always 100% worth the read.

APIs

  1. API security is about the latest API Security News, Vulnerabilities & Best Practices

JAMStack

  1. Bejamas has a fantastic newsletter, blog and resources for JAMStack

Frontend / UX

  1. Smashing Magazines sends you weekly updates on a variety of frontend and UX news.

Tech

  1. Gary’s Guide for San Francisco and/or NYC will give you a fantastic overview of all news in tech, start-ups, IPOs, and events.
  2. Hacker Newsletter weekly newsletter showcasing the best articles in tech, start-ups, and programming

If you have a favorite newsletter that I have not mentioned here, let us know in the comments below, or let me know on Twitter πŸ’

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Christina Hastenrath

Molecular Biologist turned Software Engineer. I write about my code. Connect with me on Twitter @etTinchen