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As I’ve said numerous times: I read a lot. Books are my favorite, but they are rarely relevant to programming. To keep up with the latest trends, I subscribe to a lot of different newsletters. The following are a list of my favorite in no particular order.   Hacker Newsletter http://www.hacker

As I’ve said numerous times: I read a lot. Books are my favorite, but they are rarely relevant to programming. To keep up with the latest trends, I subscribe to a lot of different newsletters. The following are a list of my favorite in no particular order.

 

Hacker Newsletter
http://www.hackernewsletter.com/
This is the newsletter that got me into newsletters.
It comes out once a week, and is a must-read for web developers.

NextDraft
http://nextdraft.com/
This comes out every day around 3 PM CST.
It’s a list of 10 pieces of news you need to know.
Mostly geared towards those in technology, but is a good general-purpose email.

Now I Know
http://nowiknow.com/
One interesting fact is emailed to you every weekday around 6 AM CST.
This is where most of my trivial knowledge comes from.
Great way to start a morning.

Web Design Weekly
http://web-design-weekly.com/
This keeps me up to date with the design portion of the web.
It infrequently includes web development links.

JavaScript Weekly
http://javascriptweekly.com/
Links to various JavaScript related articles and tools.
Usually covers things before they are in Hacker News.

Node Weekly
http://nodeweekly.com/
Everything related to NodeJS.
The best articles are the tips an tricks to successful node projects.

Design for Hackers
http://designforhackers.com/
http://kadavy.net/
David Kadavy has some great insights on how developers can think about design.
How the user sees our code matters as much as the code itself.

Copy Hackers
http://copyhackers.com/
Joanna has some amazing insights on how to write copy for the web.
It’s helped me when demoing features to know how to think like a client.

Hack Design
https://hackdesign.org/
In the same vein as Design for Hackers.
This is a weekly list of links to look at to help explain and understand how web design works.

Code Project
http://www.codeproject.com/
Another daily list of interesting code links to look at.
This has really helped get the word out about my blog.

inc.com
http://www.inc.com/
Daily news about startups, leadership, team building, etc.
Includes tons of great advice from people in the industry.

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