How I keep myself up-to-date
In this post, I'll tell you how I keep myself up-to-date with the latest things in web development.
One of my main sources are newsletters. I’m both subscribed to some 👨🏻💻 development related newsletters and some 📈 productivity focused newsletters.
Let’s 👊🏻 kick things off with all development related ones:Bytes.dev
A weekly roundup of the latest React and React Native links and tutorials.Frontend focus
A weekly newsletter about the latest changes in the Node.js community.Deno News
A free weekly email digest of the best tools and beta releases for developers.
Productivity is an important part of success and growth. These newsletter allows me to learn new techniques and strategies to help me be more productive.Snail Mail by Slow Growth
A weekly list by Matt D’Avella of original articles focused on self-development.Sunday Snippets
An email every Sunday by another YouTuber (Ali Abdaal) containing actionable productivity tips, practical life advice, and high-quality insights from across the web.
A podcast bij Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski where they talk about trends from the web.JS party
YouTubeTheo - t3․gg
Since I love working with the T3 (THEO) stack, I follow its creator on YouTube. He shares some really interesting thought on React, TypeScript and web development in general. For me it’s interesting to watch since I share a lot of the same opinion as Theo.ThePrimeagen
Web Dev Simplified makes videos about advanced topics in web development using the latest best practices.uidotdev
Jack Herrington is most known for creating educational videos on YouTube about web development, with some deep-dive videos into advanced React concepts.Honeypot
They produce documentaries exploring tech culture, influential technologies and untold developer stories from around the world. I really enjoyed their documentaries on ReactJS, GraphQL and VueJS.Matt D'Avella
When saying the words minimalism, productivity and YouTube in a sentence, lots of people will think of one name: Matt D’Avella. I love his content on YouTube, especially his 30-day experiments (like when he used a dump phone for 30 days).