Top 15 Web Development Blogs in 2020
Today I will continue my Top 15 series with another post. This time I would like to share with you my personal top 15 of the most inspiring developer blogs. Some members of the list are represented only as Twitter accounts, and some of them have personal sites and blogs. Anyway, I believe that every person on this list deserves your attention.
1). Dan Abramov
A software engineer at Facebook, working on the React team, co-author of Redux, and Create React App.
2). Sarah Dresner
A speaker, developer at Netlify, Vue core team member, and Staff Writer at CSS-Tricks. Definitely recommend checking her courses on Frontend Masters.
3). Lea Verou
Front end web developer. Author of CSS Secrets.
4). Quincy Larson
The founder of freeCodeCamp.org.
5). Flavio Copes
A passionate software engineer, author of many books and tutorials.
6). Wes Bos
A well known full stack developer, co-host of Syntax podcast, and an author of amazing courses. Creator of uses.tech project.
7). Brian Holt
A software engineer, working in Microsoft (VS Code team). A charismatic author of the Fronted Masters's courses that I like the most.
8). Ahmad Shadeed
Design-oriented Front End Developer. An author of Debugging CSS.
9). Kyle Simpson
The author of You Don't Know JS book series. Kyle has a couple of great courses on Frontend Masters as well.
10). Chris Coyier
Created CSS-Tricks - one of the most useful and inspiring platforms with web dev related articles. Co-founder of CodePen.
11). Jason Lengstorf
Enthusiastic web developer at Netlify. A host of Learn With Jason live show. Jason is also a teacher on Frontend Masters.
12). Amelia Wattenberger
The author of the Fullstack D3 book and a very beautiful website. Shares her thoughts.
13). Jenn Schiffer
Jenn Schiffer is a web app developer, pixel artist, and tech satirist.
14). Katy DeCorah
Katy is a frontend engineer and author of an inspiring all-around blog.
15). Vadim Makeev
Vadim is the founder of Web Standards, the first Russian front end community. The host of the Russian speaking Web Standards podcast.
Please feel free to complete the list by replying to this post. Which blogs do you like best?
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