I recently started subscribing and consciously checking up newsletters this year and it's been pretty amazing and informative. In this post, I'm going to share these newsletters and a little about them!
Cat Noone is the CEO of Stark, a suite of integrated accessibility tools for your product design and development team. Cat covers a wide range of topics in her newsletter. In Cat's words: it is a culmination of more than a decade of experience (aka learnings from successes and failures) in design, startups, remote work, leadership, and life in general. You should definitely subscribe!
Check out Cat's latest newsletter on Building and actually employing a fully remote team where everyone benefits, there's is a special offer at the end of this!
Sam Julien is a DevRel Manager at Auth0, an easy to implement, adaptable authentication and authorization platform. Sam covers practical and actionable ways to improve as a developer or developer advocate which helps you grow your career. You know, one of the things I love about Sam's Newsletter is after every read I get to know new sets of productivity tools to try out and a better way to handle this dev life. You should definitely subscribe!
You get a little gift for subscribing! A Tiny Experiments framework and worksheet, a short guide to help you finish what you start.
Bolaji Ayodeji is a Dev Advocate for CommerceLayer, headless commerce for global brands. Bolaji writes a lot about Web Engineering, Jamstack, documentation, productivity, and other related content. So much amazing content, you should definitely subscribe to it.
One of the cool things I love about this newsletter is the structure and flow his newsletter goes with, from a friendly reminder to featured articles, featured tweets, the product of the week, etc.
4. Jolly Lulu by Lulu Nwenyi
The beauty of this newsletter is the sincere care it comes with and sharing deal life matters using amazing stories, some personal.
Kurt Kemple is a DevRel Manager at Apollo, an industry-standard GraphQL implementation, providing the data graph layer that connects modern apps to the cloud. The Worst newsletter covers useful and actionable insights about coding, community, and DevRel. You should definitely subscribe!
Okay, I know the name got your attention right! Trust me it's the opposite of the name, Kurt spits good stuff.
6. Blogging for Devs by Monica Lent
Monica Lent is an American software engineer and Founder of Affilimate, an analytics tool specifically designed for bloggers, creators, and affiliate marketers. Blogging for Devs is a newsletter for developers, makers, managers, and technical founders growing their reach through blogging. You should definitely subscribe!
I have learned a lot of blogging tips from this newsletter including good SEO info!
Stephanie Morillo is a Content Strategist and Technical program manager at Microsoft, an American multinational technology company that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports, and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Developer Content Digest contains exclusive developer content tips, resources, content from Stephanie. You should definitely subscribe!
Plus you get invites to exclusive content AMA webinars( talk and ask Stephanie anything) and discounts on books( I was a beneficiary of a giveaway of Stephanie's Developer's Guide to Content Creation)
8. DevRel Weekly by Mary Thengvall
Mary Thengvall is a DevRel Director at Camunda, a software to automate any process anywhere. DevRel Weekly brings you a curated list of articles, job postings, and events on a weekly basis, saving you the time and effort of scouring the web for the latest information. You should definitely subscribe!
DevRel == Developer Relations
Personally, I have learned a lot about DevRel space from this newsletter!
9. Top 3 in Tech by Mads Brodt
Mads Brodt is a Front-end engineer from Copenhagen. Top 3 in Tech newsletter curates awesome resources and updates from the web development world and delivers them straight to you including advice on becoming a better developer, how to land a job, and front-end development news. You should definitely subscribe!
I love this cause I get to catch up with new technologies!
Subscribing and reading newsletters opens you up to a lot of knowledge and opportunities, you should make it a habit too. Sometimes I give feedback on these newsletters and also connect with the curator.
Wanna recommend an amazing newsletter that you feel should be part of this list? Put it in the comment section and I will try it out and keep updating this list.
Thanks for reading!