As far as I know, a “master list” of all the best software developer blogs does not exist. You can find small language specific lists, but nothing that contains a large quantity of different languages.
Since the Ultimate List of Developer Podcast’s seems to be so popular, I’ve decided to make a master list of all the best software developer blogs.
If you notice that something doesn’t quite fit or if there is an excellent resource that’s missing from the list, please contact me and I will make the appropriate changes.
If you have an excellent blog where you post up-to-date content on one of the subjects below, let us know and we can add it to the list.
|CodingWithMitch has free tutorials for all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Also full length courses where you build apps like an Instagram Clone using Firebase. Mitch is a freelance Android dev and course author for Pluralsight.com.
|Tons of free Android articles, tutorials and other high quality content. This site was created and is maintained by the creators of droid5.com.
|Android Authority focuses on anything to do with Android. Whether you’re thinking about buying a new phone or you want to start learning to develop, this is a great place to start.
|Blog about Andorid UI patterns. Primary editor is Juhani Lehtimäki
Founder and Android lead at Snapp Mobile. http://snappmobile.io/ Co-lead of GDG Android Munich. Author: Smashing Android UI. Android GDE.
|Blog by Android developer Taylor Ling. Taylor focuses on Material Design and is a Google Design expert.
|I mainly focus on creating polished, pixel-perfect, smooth and responsive applications helping end users achieve their goals painlessly and, more importantly, as quickly as possible. This blog is where I write about my experiences and passions.
|My name is Romain Guy and this is my web site about photography and anything else I find time to write about. I currently work as a software engineer at Google, on the Android project. I live in California, where I enjoy taking photos whenever my work gives me a chance.
|Jake Wharton is a software engineer for Square.
|GDE for Android. I write code and https://blog.stylingandroid.com . Then I relax by supporting Watford FC. After that I need to drink good whisky!
|I’m an android enthusiast and i’ve worked for long time in the mobile development field. I’ve created a blog called www.survivingwithandroid.com where i write posts about coding, tip and tricks in android and IoT ecosystem.
|Dan Lew works as an Android developer at Trello.
|CommonsWare is here to help you through the challenges of Android app development, whether you are new to the platform or are deep into a project!
|A categorized directory of libraries, tools, and projects for Android.
|My name is Kirill Grouchnikov and I am a user interface engineer. I have been doing client side development professionally since 1999 in a variety of UI toolkits and libraries that spanned Motif, MFC, VB, Ada, Delphi, Swing and SWT. Since late 2009 I work at Google on the Android team.
C & C++
|I am interested in C++, standards-based middleware for distributed systems, model-driven software development, and scalable fault-tolerant distributed systems.
|Author of the Boost.Asio library for networking in C++.
|Blogger, software architect, writer, Computer Science, Haskell, C++. PhD in Quantum Physics.
|Software developers and architects who want to explore new technologies, argue over style, share tricks of the trade, and build world-class systems worldwide.
|Author, chair of the ISO C++ standards committee, and native languages architect at Microsoft.
|C++ Soup is a blog about what's new, up-coming, and what's going on with C++. The blog is authored by Dean Michael Berris, a C++ programmer, an open source enthusiast and advocate, and an independent consultant.
|Scott Meyers is an expert on the C++ programming language. He retired from active involvement with it at the end of 2015, having devoted over 25 years to its advancement. Best known for his Effective C++ book series (Effective C++, Effective Modern C++, More Effective C++, and Effective STL), he also developed the annotated training materials, Overview of the New C++ (C++11/14) and Effective C++ in an Embedded Environment.
|I’ve been working on C++ as an everyday job on large codebases for over 5 years, and my focus is on writing expressive code, which is the topic of Fluent C++.
|Obviously, I am an C++ enthusiast. As of today, I live in Hamburg, work in software development for several years now and have had my share of C++ and other programming problems myself. Most of the posts you will see on this blog are either based on things I have experienced myself or are answers to questions that have popped up on the team I work on or on the web. I just post them here because if I or someone I know has had a problem, others may have it as well.
|The blog started as my personal notes for various programming stuff (7 years ago!), become more and more focused on C++.
Now I write almost weekly about new things in the C++ Standard, best programming practices, refactoring, tools, performance and many more.
As a developer, I have 10+ years of professional experience.
|Ravinder Singh works as a senior software dengineer at Lockheed Martin.
|Loves ASP.NET MVC, C#, Microsoft Azure, PHP and application performance. Co-founded MyGet. Developer Advocate at JetBrains. Frequent speaker at and organizer of various national and international events. Likes brewing his own beer.
|Senior Content dev for C# and .NET Core, .NET Foundation Advisory Council. C# Standards Committee, President of Humanitarian Toolbox.
|@PulumiCorp Founder/CEO • Cloud, programming languages, and developer tools guy • Eat, sleep, code, repeat.
|C# Corner is an online global community for IT professionals and developers to exchange their knowledge and experience using various methods such as contributing articles, forums, blogs, and videos.
|I am committed to provide you with the most comprehensive collection of simple and practical resources to become one of the most productive C# .NET developer in the world.
Data Science, Machine Learning
|Data Science Central is the industry's online resource for big data practitioners. From Analytics to Data Integration to Visualization, Data Science Central provides a community experience that includes a robust editorial platform, social interaction, forum-based technical support, the latest in technology, tools and trends and industry job opportunities.
|Free courses on topics like: Python for Data Science, Data Science, Chatsbots, Big Data, Data Science 101, Hadoop 101, R 101, Scala 101, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Data Visualization, Statistics, Spark MLlib, and many more. There’s also a great blog with articles on those topics.
|Hello, my name is Dr. Jason Brownlee.I’m a husband, father and professional developer. I also have a few higher degrees in Artificial Intelligence and I’ve worked on machine learning systems for defense, startups and severe weather forecasting.I started this community because I am passionate about helping professional developers to get started and confidently apply machine learning to address complex problems.
|I am Kunal Jain, a post graduate from IIT Bombay in Aerospace Engineering. I have spent more than 6 years in field of Business Analytics.
|I’m Sebastian Raschka: a machine learning aficionado, data analyst, book author, python programmer, open source contributor, computational biologist, and occasional blogger.
|I’m a Senior Data Scientist working with Prof. Jason H. Moore at the University of Pennsylvania Institute for Biomedical Informatics developing state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms to solve biomedical problems.I specialize in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data visualization, although I’m always learning something new to make myself more useful to my clients and collaborators.
|I am a data scientist with a Ph.D. in quantitative political science and a decade of experience working in statistical learning, artificial intelligence, and software engineering.
|Yhat allows data scientists to programmatically deploy R and Python models into production applications via REST API endpoints.
|This is the engineering blog of uber.com. There is a ton of articles about data analytics .
|Writings about data science from the makers of dataquest.io.
|Dries Buytaert is the creator of Drupal..
|On this site, you'll find over 300 premium video tutorials all about site-building with Drupal. Businesses and individuals have used these videos to get their sites up to spec without wasting hours of their time trying to figure out the proper way to configure a module. You can also listen to the free podcast, where I talk with module maintainers, and other influential figures in the Drupal world to keep you up to date with what's going on.
|A group of Drupal experts that share their knowledge on the internet.
|Blog posts, tutorials and articles on Drupal. Some content is paid and some content is free.
|More than just a blog… A resource for getting started with Drupal.
|iLoveDrupal has free training videos to help you build a powerful website for free using the best content management system in the world.
|Red Crackle is a Drupal Development company based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our core strength is our team of Drupal Developers who specialize in creating extraordinary website and mobile experiences. Over the years, our Drupal experts have built quality sites and apps that helped clients meet their business goals.
|Endless Parentheses is a blog about Emacs. It features concise posts on improving your productivity and making Emacs life easier in general.
|A great blog on everything Emacs.
|Chen Bins blogs about Emacs.
|Sacha Chua’s blog is probably the most well-known blog with Emacs content. She posts content on topics like: code sketchs/cheat-sheets, Emacs, and many other programming languages.
|This site will introduce you to F# and show you ways that F# can help in day-to-day development of mainstream commercial business software. On the way, I hope to open your mind to the joys of functional programming — it really is fun!
|My background and core competence is systems software engineering, but I love the whole process of building products. I've been in startups that have succeeded and others that have failed. I enjoy writing code, and understanding how other people will use it. I'm now the technology evangelist with container security specialists Aqua Security.
|Maintainer for the dep, the upcoming dependency manager for Go.
|I'm Chase, a software engineer at Walmart Labs contributing to Dynamic Content Optimization in the go language. I believe intentional input is the foundation to creating effective output. I write about technology, essential pursuits, productivity & distributed teams.
|Welcome to the research blog of Aaron Hnatiw (a.k.a. insp3ctre). On this blog, I’ll be sharing my research in the field of information security. Some of the topics you can expect to see include security automation, DevSecOps, blockchain, and the Go programming language.
|Brad has become to face of open source Go. He is heavily involved in the community.
|Ashley is currently a developer advocate at Microsoft. She blogs about her developer experiences and the Go Language.
|You need to check out this blog. Currently Fil is livecoding the Cryptopals in Go on Twitch. He does one set every Sunday. All recordings are put on YouTube.
|Developer, Author, Speaker.
|A large collection of videos, articles and code examples for learning Go by William Kennedy. There is also information on data science.
|GopherAcademy is a company built with a singular purpose: to foster the growth of the Go community. We created Gophercon in 2014 because we wanted a Go conference. We tried hard to make it a conference that we would enjoy attending. When others across the globe asked if we would run a conference in their country, we encouraged them to run their own. We're passionate about Go, and about helping people succeed.
|Official GO blog
|David is a programmer and author from Sydney Australia.
|I'm a mobile developer from Adelaide, Australia. After working with a commercialisation firm and a couple of tech startups, I started teaching through my website full time. I've been teaching mobile development through this website for about 4 years – my free tutorials currently receive an average of over 3 million views per year, and over 15,000 developers are subscribed via email to receive all of my free HTML5 mobile tutorials
|I'm (Adam Bien) working as freelancer with Java since JDK 1.0, with Servlets/EJB since 1.0 and before the advent of J2EE in several large-scale applications. I am an architect and developer (with usually 20/80 distribution) in Java (SE / EE / FX) projects.
|My name is Antonio Goncalves, I am a senior software architect living in Paris. I’ve started working in IT in 1992. Initially focused in C and C++ development, I switched to Java in the late 1990s. My career has then taken me to different countries and companies where I now work as an independent Java EE consultant.
|Arun Gupta is a Principal Open Source Technologist at Amazon Web Services. He has built and led developer communities for 12+ years at Sun, Oracle, Red Hat and Couchbase. He has deep expertise in leading cross-functional teams to develop and execute strategy, planning and execution of content, marketing campaigns, and programs. Prior to that he led engineering teams at Sun and is a founding member of the Java EE team.
|Nicolas Fränkel is a Software Architect with 15 years experience consulting for many different customers, in a wide range of contexts (such as telecoms, banking, insurances, large retail and public sector). Usually working on Java/Java EE and Spring technologies, but with narrower interests like Software Quality, Build Processes and Rich Internet Applications. Currently working for an eCommerce solution vendor leader. Also double as a teacher in universities and higher education schools, a trainer and triples as a book author.
|jOOQ is the Best Way to Write SQL in Java. We're tweeting about all things Java, SQL and jOOQ – but also occasionally about Scala, XSLT and other cool tech.
|My name is Vlad Mihalcea, and I’m the CEO of Hypersistence. I also work as a Developer Advocate for the Hibernate project.
|The blog of Eugene Paraschiv. Eugene posts content on Spring, Rest, Security, Persistence, Jackson and Http Clients.
|Hi, I am Javin Paul I have been working in Java, FIX Tutorial and Tibco RV messaging technology from past 7 years. I am interested in writing and meeting people, reading and learning about new subjects and I have my own website Javarevisited, java67, and savingsfunda that takes up most of my time and is a labour of love for me.
|Programcreek is a blog that post content about java. It has text tutorials, code examples and diagrams. Some of the java topics include: Java basics, Java XML parsing, Java multi-threading, object-oriented concepts, Java 8 lambdas, Java API examples and java frameworks.
|JCGs (Java Code Geeks) is an independent online community focused on creating the ultimate Java to Java developers resource center; targeted at the technical architect, technical team lead (senior developer), project manager and junior developers alike. JCGs serve the Java, SOA, Agile and Telecom communities with daily news written by domain experts, articles, tutorials, reviews, announcements, code snippets and open source projects.
|The purpose of jGuru is (1) to promote industry standards so that Java software development stays open and happens faster and (2) to create a level playing field in the industry for all Java developers, both companies and individuals, so that all technologies have their equal chance to be seen, tested, and adopted in the market. This will help to advance and improve Java software technology and development overall.
|JavaWorld is the original independent resource for Java developers, architects and managers.
|I'm a software geek, working at Google, making Android graphics and animation more excellent. In previous lives I've worked at Sun on the JDK, at Adobe on Flex, and various other places in Silicon Valley, always working on graphics software.
|Content on Spring, REST, Java, Security, Persistence, Jackson and HTTP
|As you might imagine, I love designing and building sites that work everywhere—and I’ve done it for the likes of People Magazine, The Sundance Film Festival, The Boston Globe, the School of Visual Arts, and many more. What’s more, I’ve spoken at conferences across the world, including Adobe MAX, An Event Apart, and Webstock.
|“On a good day, I make the web more awesome. On a bad day, I just make it suck less.”
|We’re Stuff & Nonsense, one of the best known web design studios in the UK. We specialise in creative visual design for websites and web applications and for eighteen years we’ve worked with clients from all around the world.
|Co-Founder @dribbble. Designer, author, and speaker at SimpleBits. Cautious adventurer.
|mezzoblue is a weblog about design, the web, and some other things. Written by Dave Shea, a designer from Vancouver, Canada.
|Author of “Designing with Web Standards,” speaker, writer of a very popular online journal “A List Apart.” Founder of a U.S. based consultancy company (Happy Cog Studios) with clients like MTV, Ben & Jerry’s and Standford University.
|Vitaly Friedman, editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine, an online magazine for professional Web designers and developers.
|Videos, screencasts, tutorials and articles. This is a great resource for everything CSS related. CSS-Tricks was created, written by and maintained by Chris Coyier. You can visit his personal blog at https://chriscoyier.net/.
|A vast array of articles related to CSS by Harry Roberts. Harry is a consultant, front-end architect, speaker and author.
|Web developer, speaker and author. She is the co-founder of the really little CMS Perch (https://grabaperch.com/).Her books include titles for SitePoint, Apress and Five Simple Steps, covering the likes of PHP web development, CSS3 Layout Modules and Adobe's Dreamweaver web design tool.
|Belgian graphic/web designer, author of Veerle's blog and chief of the playground at Duoh!
|Founded and sold Authentic Jobs. Managing design at Facebook. Author, speaker, father of 5, BYU/LDS.
|A reputable blog from the acclaimed authors (Sacha Greif and Tom Coleman) of the DiscoverMeteor book.
|codeshare.co.uk is here to provide code examples, thoughts on technology and experience learned by being in the Software industry for many years and is mainly focused on Web Development.
|Hi, I’m Dave Cross and I’m a Perl hacker.
|Within the Perl community, I am author or maintainer of dozens of Perl modules, including much of the Perl module toolchain and am a member of the “Perl 5 Porters” that maintain the Perl core source code. I was the first release engineer for Strawberry Perl and led the design and migration of CPAN Testers to a cloud architecture. I have been programming Perl for over 12 years.
|I have been writing Perl since 1995 and teaching it since 2000. I've started the Padre, the Perl IDE, I am the maintainer of a number of modules on CPAN, and I have contributed to the MetaCPAN. My GitHub account contains quite a few other projects as well.
|I write code and build things with Perl. Perl is awesome.
|Community driven blog filled with information on Perl. If you already know a bit of Perl, perlmonks.com is a great resource.
|The Perl Beginners’ Site aims to be a first-stop web site (or portal) for useful links and resources, for learning Perl and for extending your Perl knowledge – for beginners and more experienced programmers alike. Perl is a flexible, feature-rich, dynamic programming language.
|The Perl Maven tutorial will teach you the basics of the Perl programming language. You'll be able to write simple scripts, analyze log files and read and write CSV files. Just to name a few common tasks.
|Perlbuzz is a curated news site about the Perl 5 and Perl 6 programming languages, and about software development in general.
|My name is Moritz Lenz, and here you can find my ramblings on software development, Perl, deployments and other topics of interest. I have been involved in the Perl 6 community for over 10 years.
|A great blog focused on PHP programming. Information about the author: Principal Engineer at Rogue Wave; project lead of Zend Framework, Apigility, and Expressive.
|Cal Evans has been a member of the PHP community for a very long time. He is a PHP developer but often blogs about the developer community. He has written 5 books.
|Chris Hartjes has been building web applications of all shapes and sizes since 1998, ranging from catalogs of CD compilations for professional DJ's to portal pages for large US cable television providers. Chris gives back to the programming communities that have helped him by mentoring, speaking at conferences, and by co-organizing TrueNorth PHP. As the author of two books on writing testable PHP code and using testing tools, he believes that testing and automation are secret weapons that organizations can use to deliver high-quality applications quickly. He works from his basement office in the snowy wilds of Canada.
|Welcome! I'm Lorna: engineer, author and speaker. I'm a Developer Evangelist and I love technology and sharing technology with others. On this site you'll find my blog and links to all the other things I think you (or I) might need to know about me – my opinions are my own and not those of my employer or any other organisation. If you'd like to get in touch, I'd be delighted to hear from you.
|Paul M. Jones is an internationally recognized PHP expert, working in that language since 1999, and programming in general since 1983. He has held roles from junior developer to VP of Engineering in all kinds of organizations (corporate, military, non-profit, educational, medical, and others). He is a regular speaker at technical conferences worldwide.
|Anthony Ferrara: Technologist, leaer and purveyor of rants. VP of Engineering at Lingo Live..
|PHPDeveloper.org, founded in 2000, has served the community with up-to-date news, views, and information for over five years. It has always been our goal to be as involved with the PHP community as much as possible, providing information about conferences, new tutorials, up and coming web technologies – and how all of them effect you as a PHP developer.
|Phpbuilder was established in 1999 and is still going strong to this day. They publish tipcs & tricks, architecture, database information, functions and tools, basically everything and anything to do with PHP. If you’re a PHP developer or an aspiring php developer this is a must-follow blog.
|Follow PHPClasses for early insights about upcoming site features. Free ready to use PHP class scripts, books reviews, jobs and specialist forums.
|I’m a PHP developer living in Dallas, TX who is highly involved with the PHP community through my websites PHPDeveloper.org, Joind.in and through attending and speaking at numerous conferences around the US. I am also a co-organizer of the Dallas-based Lone Star PHP Conference.
|Hello! I am Vincy, a PHP Developer and PHP Pot is my programming blog. I'm fond of developing modern web applications.
|Project based video courses. They focus on Python and the Django Web Framework. Learn to build a blog, an eCommerce website, or a digital marketplace.
|Project based video courses. Data Analysis, Robotics, Web Development, Game Development, Python Fundamentals, GUI’s, Machine Learning
|Vitor Freitas is a passionate software developer and researcher from Brazil, currently living in Finland. He writes about Python, Django and Web Development on a weekly basis.
|My name is Armin Ronacher and I'm a passionate developer interested in web development, graphics, realtime rendering and tons of other stuff. I am one of the founding members of the Pocoo Team and lead developer on a couple of popular Python projects.
|I am Tamim Shahriar (Subeen). Currently working as the Managing Director of Mukto Software Ltd. I have also co-founded Dimik Computing School.
|Fredrik Lundh. I do Python stuff. Award-winning stuff, at times.
|This is the blog of Al Sweigat. He is the writer of numerous python books including his latest book: “Hacking Secret Ciphers with Python.”
|Really great blog written by Yasoob Ullah Khalid. He has contributed to tons of Python projects and has many of his own. Be sure to check out his github.
|I have been using Python since April 2006. I also blog for the Python Software Foundation from time to time. Other than blogging, I enjoy engaging in Christian apologetics, read novels, listen to a wide variety of music and learn photography. I write documentation for the wxPython project’s wiki page and help wxPython users on their mailing list. I also help Python user’s on the PyWin32 list and occasionally the comp.lang.py list too.
|I'm a developer turned entrepreneur who loves to solve problems and make computers work for people! My favorite tools for doing this are Python, Flask, and the cloud.
|In her day job, Sarah works at Google, leading a team focused on intersection of Firebase & Google Cloud Platform.
|My name is Avdi Grimm. I’m a husband, father, and software cultivator living in southern Pennsylvania. This is my software development blog. I’m chief Aeronaut of ShipRise, a co-host of the Ruby Roguespodcast, author of a few books on Ruby development, and the head chef at Ruby Tapas. I also run Wide Teams, a blog and podcast for geographically dispersed teams.
|Mislav is a Ruby developer who writes resources for software developers and does open source for fun and profit.
|Ruby programmer and author or “Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby” and “99 Bottles of Object Oriented Programming.” She believes in sime code and straightforward explanations.
|I am a programmer, and I mostly work on web backends in Go and Ruby.
|A popular Ruby blog by Aaron Patterson.
|An independent open source software developer based in Portland OR. Mike Perham has been writing software since 1993 and open source since 1995. Mike is the founder and CEO of “Contributed Systems.” Contributed System is his own company and is dedicated to building and supporting open-source based application infrastructure.
|I am a co-founder of Discourse.org. In a past life I was a developer at Stack Overflow. I live in Sydney. I love writing software. My resume is available on Stack Overflow Careers.
|A popular blog focused on only the Rust programming language and developers who use the Rust language.
|A blog focused on Rust and programming languages.
|Official Scala community blog.
|On this blog, I’m discussing functional programming, usability, as well as anything related to the software development process.
|CakeSolutions blogs about Scala and Reactive Programming.
|Developer blog of Eugene Yokota. He blogs about various programming topics, one of which is Scala.
SQL and Databases
|Dr Greg Low is well known in the SQL Server community, an MVP, Microsoft RD, hosts the SQL Down Under podcast & author of SDU Tools.
|Consultant, speaker, book writer, mentor. Business Intelligence with Analysis Services, Power BI, and PowerPivot.
|The SQL Server Blog Spot on the Web.
|We help you make Microsoft SQL Server faster and more reliable.
|Tools and Tips for Oracle Performance and SQL Tuning.
|SQLServerCentral.com is the #1 education and community site for SQL Server. It has 819,000 members (as of right now), 2.5 million pageviews/month and is growing fast.
|I'm Jeff Atwood. I live in Berkeley, CA with my wife, two cats, three children, and a whole lot of computers. I was weaned as a software developer on various implementations of Microsoft BASIC in the 80's, starting with my first microcomputer, the Texas Instruments TI-99/4a. I continued on the PC with Visual Basic 3.0 and Windows 3.1 in the early 90's, although I also spent significant time writing Pascal code in the first versions of Delphi. I am now quite comfortable in VB.NET or C#, despite the evils of case sensitivity. I'm currently learning Ruby.
|Principal Consultant at SQLskills. SQL Server MVP.
|My name is Scott Hanselman. I'm a programmer, teacher, and speaker. I work out of my home office in Portland, Oregon for the Web Platform Team at Microsoft, but this blog, its content and opinions are my own. I blog about technology, culture, gadgets, diversity, code, the web, where we're going and where we've been. I'm excited about community, social equity, media, entrepreneurship and above all, the open web.
|After a decade of being a production database administrator I jumped into the role of Technical Evangelism, and I am currently a Head Geek for SolarWinds. My mission as a Head Geek is to give IT and data professionals longer weekends.
|Hi, I'm Troy Hunt, I write this blog, create courses for Pluralsight and am a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP who travels the world speaking at events and training technology professionals
|Paul Randal is the CEO of SQLskills.com, which he runs with his wife Kimberly L. Tripp. Both Paul and Kimberly are very widely known and respected experts in the SQL Server world, and both are long-time SQL Server MVPs.
|Expert and author on topics like SQL, data management, big data, IT leadership, enterprise architecture, and building technical communities. Author of “SQL in a Nutshell”, popular conference speaker, blogger, magazine columnist, and world traveler.
|The official Swift blog of apple.
|NSHipster is a journal of the overlooked bits in Objective-C Swift, and Cocoa.
|We ❤ Swift is one of the first sites dedicated to the Swift programming language and iOS. Here you will find fun articles, resources you will need to learn Swift and challenges that will help you practice your skills..
|I am an app developer in Austin TX. I spend time dabbling with iPhone, iPad, Android and web technologies. I write about technology startups, and my technology startups, and my technology and entrepreneurial experiments.
|AppCoda is one of the leading tutorial sites for app developers and anyone who want to learn iOS programming. Some said programming is hard to learn. Some dream about having their own apps but don’t know how to get started. This is what AppCoda is all about. Our mission is to develop high quality but easy-to-read iOS programming tutorials for anyone who want to pursue app development. Learn by doing is at the heart of our approach to teaching. We believe everyone can learn programming and build apps by taking actions.
|In 2014 I created LearnAppMaking.com, a blog and community for aspiring app developers. I regularly publish awesome free guides that show you how to make app projects. As a subscriber you get access to premium tutorials, our developer community, and a ton of app developer resources.
|I work as a software developer and consultant based in Melbourne, Australia; both independently and through my streaming media technologies company Zqueue.
|Video news, books, tutorials, resources and a blog all about swift.
|How to start a blog. A simple step-by-step guide made for beginners.
|John is the project leader for BuddyPRess and bbPress (Links provided on his Twitter). He is also a contributor to WordPress.
|Come read my site and get to know me.” None of us has time for that. Of course, my LinkedIn Profile has my resume, if you’re wondering about my qualifications.
|I'm sure you've had enough of hollow promises and get-rich-quick schemes.
|Yoast created the free WordPress SEO plugin. If you have a blog then you’re probably using it. His blog produces content on conversion rates, optimization, usability, and social media.
|I am an experienced blogger and internet marketer who loves working with WordPress. I make money on the internet through blogs, content websites and forums.
|Matt covers everything to do with WordPress on his blog and also produces a podcast. He also runs the Slocum Studio WordPress agency.
|Freelance Internet Marketer, loves WordPress, writes in a paper agenda using pencil, ignited by anything Dutch.
|Carrie is a freelance WordPress consultant. Her blog is completely focused on WordPress content. She writes posts and also produces a weekly podcast called OfficeHours.FM that targets small business owners, freelancers and others providing web-based products or services.
|WordPress Tavern is a site focused on all things WordPress. We also cover BuddyPress, bbPress, and any project under the Automattic umbrella. WordPress Tavern is a warm and inviting community where those interested in the software can hang out with fellow WordPressers to engage in enlightening discussions.
|At WP Mayor we specialize in WordPress plugin, theme and service reviews, but you’ll also see us contributing tutorials, news and opinion pieces from time to time.
|Kristi Hines is a freelance writer, ghostwriter, and copywriter who develops high-quality content for businesses. She has worked with many well-known brands and publications including American Express, Bigcommerce, Capital One, FreshBooks, HubSpot, KISSmetrics, Search Engine Watch, and Social Media Examiner.
|We’re not here to get pushy with product promotions or create spammy and useless information — no way Jose! The main goal of this site is to create amazing information that educate our readers on anything and everything WordPress. With that as our main focus we have spent countless hours creating in-depth guides to help you get off the ground and running.
|Blog about a self employed developer who builds products and services using WordPress.
|This site has come about in part as a way for me to focus all of my custom WordPress plugin work in one location, but mainly as a resource that I hope will help to fill the gap in WordPress plugin development documentation. There are countless websites out there that post daily, weekly, or monthly tutorials and tips on WordPress development, but not a single one that focuses purely on Plugins.
|Andrew (or Norcross, as most know him) is the founder and lead developer of Reaktiv Studios, an agency focused on solving complex problems with killer WordPress solutions.
|I develop plugins and themes for WordPress that I used to sell on CodeCanyon. I also created add-ons for Easy Digital Downloads, WP Job Manager and WooCommerce, and i write for some specialized websites like WPExplorer, wp.tutsplus.com, WooThemes Blog or WPkube.
|We produce a lot of content on WordPress and eCommerce. Our blog is filled with tutorials and posts. And we do three podcasts: BobWP eCommerce Show, BobWP Monetizer Podcast and the soon to be released Do the Woo podcast.
|WP Security Lock Inc. is comprised of a team of Security Experts with more than 20 years combined experience with website security, repair, installation and maintenance.
A Bit of Everything
|A fantastic programming blog featuring content on: Android, iOS, macOS, Apple Game Frameworks, & Unity.
|Video tutorials on various topics such as: Node with ES6, Django, Python, Mocha unit testing, React.js, Elixir, Babel, PHP, VueJS, Relational Databases, Flask, Blender, QuillJS, Angular, Express.js, HTML5, GreenSock, Rust.
|Philip Guo is an assistant professor of cognitive science at UC San Diego. His research spans human-computer interaction, online learning, and computing education. He currently focuses on building scalable systems that help people learn computer programming and data science. ( Philip is the creator of Python Tutor (http://pythontutor.com/))
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|Learning to program is only one piece of the puzzle. “Learn Enough to be Dangerous” teaches you coding as well as a much more powerful skill: ‘technical sophistication’.
|Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support.
|WiBit.Net is a video tutorial web site offering cutting edge programming and computer tutorials. We specialize in focused and linear content. WiBit.Net is a great place to start learning how to program, or to pick up new skills even if you've been at it a while. They have content on topics like: Intro to Comp Sci, C#, C++, C, Java, Intro to Scripting, Python, TcL.
|CodingAlpha provides Programming Codes and Tutorials for C Programming, Data Structures, Java, How – To Tutorials for Beginners with Detailed Description and Algorithm Analysis.
|This blog is related to programming technologies like C, C++, Java, .Net, Python, PHP, SQL, Android, etc. It contains basic programs, tutorials and projects that are helpful to learn programming from deep.
|Our goal at Programiz is to create tutorials that are simple to read, understand and emulate. We make sure every concept is explained with easy to understand examples.
|C, C++ and Java programming tutorials, source codes and programs
|Software is changing the world, and our mission is to help progressive software development teams adopt new technologies and practices. InfoQ provides software engineers with the opportunity to share experiences gained using innovator and early adopter stage techniques and technologies with the wider industry.
|Daniel Spiewak is a software developer based out of Wisconsin, USA. Over the years, he has worked with Java, Scala, Ruby, C/C++, ML, Clojure, Cat, .Net, Linux, Ruby & some experimental languages.
|Paid online programming courses on topics such as: Big Data, Cloud, Virtualization, web, mobile, Databases, Agile, Testing and more.
|Robert Cecil Martin (colloquially known as Uncle Bob) is an American software engineer and author. He is a co-author of the Agile Manifesto.He now runs a consulting firm called Uncle Bob Consulting LLC and Clean Coders which hosts videos based on his experiences and books.
|Steve Yegge is a programmer and blogger who is known for writing about programming languages, productivity and software culture through his “Stevey's Drunken Blog Rants” site, followed by “Stevey's Blog Rants.” He stopped blogging about programming topics in 2011
|Sometime in 2007 it was revived as a fun project by two experienced Java guys who still enjoy coding in their spare time and exploring new things outside of the work related field. We explored Python, game development, algorithms, tools and more. After a break, we are back and refocussed on providing value for people building APIs – technology and business wise.
|This website features software development and Entrepreneurship tutorials. There's tutorials on topics such as: Java, Maven, Gradle, Apache Ant, Html 5, CSS, SVG , Jquery, Angular JS.
|Solution Architect particularly interested in designing software by applying Domain Driven Design (DDD), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), CQRS/ES, Microservices, NoSQL Databases, Entity Relationship Modelling, Scalable applications and Agile Methodology.
|Our aim at Techbeamers is to create a hub for learning Python, Selenium, Java, Angular, and C-sharp. We design tutorials and interview questions which are clear, succinct and easy to practice.
|Initial Commit primarily focuses on Git and Version Control. We published the Baby Git Guidebook for Developers to teach people how Git's code works under the hood. We also cover topics such as Spring Boot, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and general programming. In that vein, we also wrote the Coding Essentials Guidebook for Developers to teach people the tools programmers use every day. Our blog frequently posts about the above topics.