96 Technology Blogs That Will Make You Stop and Think

  • By @Swizec,
    #Programming #Personal

  • By @algorithmia,
    #Company #Machine Learning

  • By Peter Mitrichev
    #Algorithms #Personal

  • By Armin Ronacher,
    #Open Source #Software Methodology #Personal

  • Aviran’s place is a technology blog where you can find technology news and articles from around the net, and also original news and articles on various technology and software development subjects.

    By Aviran Mordo,
    #Personal #Best Practices#Culture

  • #Company #Deep Learning

  • #Company #Technology #Serverless

  • Math without endless memorization. Instead of memorizing procedures, learn why equations work. This site helps you overcome mental roadblocks and truly grasp new concepts.

    By Kalid Azad,
    #Mathematics #Not a company#Not personal

  • This is the palate clearer you’re looking for – perfect for clearing your mind and switching tracks.

    By Bill Cruise,
    #Puzzles #Programming#Personal

  • An amatures outlook on computation and mathematics

    By Brian Hayes,
    #Programming #Personal #Mathamatics

  • By Brandon Rhodes,
    #Personal #Python#Software Architecture

  • QA is not evil

    By Chris McMahon
    #QA #Personal

  • Read her blog post on “Testing Microservices: The Sane Way”. There are some particularly interesting insights there on shift-left vs shift-right testing
    By Cindy Sridharan,
    #Programming #Personal #Software Methodology

  • By Clarke Ching
    #Agile #Personal

  • There’s just too much complex stuff in the world. Complex stuff can’t be used, and it breaks too easily. Complexity is stupid. Simplicity is smart. Code Simplicity focuses on the idea of simplicity: simple things, simple thoughts, and simple ideas that can make the world of computing a better place.

    By Max Kanat-Alexander,
    #Code #Personal

  • Random ramblings about code, programming, and technology

    By Allan MacGregor,
    #Technology #Programming #Personal

  • By Jeff Atwood,
    #Culture #Programming #Personal

  • By @CondeNastTech,
    #Company #Best Practices

  • Check out the about me page and the internet archives – just cool to see
    By Dan Luu,
    #Culture #Programming #Personal

  • By Daniel Doubrovkine,
    #Culture #Technology #Personal

  • By @DeezerDevs,
    #Company #Programing #Best Practices

  • By @michaelbolton,
    #Company #Culture #QA

  • By Dave Richeson,
    #Personal #Academia #Mathematics

  • By Elliot Forbes,
    #Personal #Serverless #Microservices

  • By John Regehr
    #Personal #Computer Science #Academia

  • By Eric D. Brown,
    #Personal #Big Data


  • #Company #Cloud #Best Practices

  • I write about challenging stuff you won’t find anywhere else. ~5-minutes idea (with audio version) every 2 weeks on Thursday 20:00 AEST.

    By Fagner Brack,
    #Personal #Programing #Culture

  • FlowingData explores how statisticians, designers, data scientists, and others use analysis, visualization, and exploration to understand data and ourselves.

    By Nathan Yau,
    #Data Visualization #Company

  • By Forrest Brazeal,
    #Personal #Serverless #AWS

  • a personal view of the theory of computation

    By Dick Lipton & Ken Ragen
    #Personal #Computer Science

  • By Gojko Adzic,
    #Personal #Programming #Agile

  • Good Math, Bad Math is a blog which exists for two reasons: For me to ramble about the beauty of mathematics, and try to share my enthusiasm for the subject. To track down the bozos who use bad math to lie, distort reality, and in general support bad arguments; demonstrate their errors and their dishonesty; and generally mock them. To track down the bozos who use bad math to lie, distort reality, and in general support bad arguments; demonstrate their errors and their dishonesty; and generally mock them. The blog will also intermittently include me rambling about other obsessions: programming, music, and whatever else interests me.

    By Mark,
    #Personal #Mathematics

  • Principles, Processes, and Practices to Increase Probability of Project Success

    By Glen B. Alleman,
    #Project Management #Agile #Personal

  • This site tries to bring together all the lore, art, science, practice, and experience of building scalable websites into one place so you can learn how to build your website with confidence.


    #Publication #Scalability

  • By Ian Sommerville,
    #Software Theory #Personal

  • Import AI is a weekly newsletter about artificial intelligence

    By Jack Clark,
    #AI #Newsletter #Aggregate

  • Alex Russell on browsers, standards, and the process of progress.

    By Alex Russell,
    #Personal #Browsers

  • The aim of this blog is to be a bridge between researchers and practitioners. Each post highlights some useful results from studies past and present in the hope that this will encourage discussion of what we know, what we think we know that ain’t actually so, why we believe some things but not others, and what questions should be tackled next.

    #Research #Academic #Aggregate

  • By James Bach,
    #Personal #Testing #Culture

  • By James Long,
    #Personal #Technology #Culture

  • He also has a more technical blog – Math ∩ Programming
    By Jeremy Kun,
    #Personal #Programming

  • By Jessica Kerr,
    #Personal #Culture #Software Methodology

  • Over the last 16 years I’ve written 1114 articles on this site about software development, management, business, and the Internet.

    By Joel Spolsky,
    #Personal #Software Development #Management

  • By John Cutler,
    #Personal #Programing #Software Methodology


  • #Community #Machine Learning #Data Science


  • #Publication #Big Data #Machine Learning

  • By Nikolay Nemshilov,
    #Personal #Software Architecture

  • By Nelson Elhage
    #Personal #Testing

  • By Marc Brooker,
    #Personal #Programing

  • This is basically the bible. Mainly his own blog post but on occasion will allow contributors
    By Martin Fowler,
    #Personal #Software Methodology #Software Theory

  • “Main Content” posts contain software, while “Primers” are usually math-only. All source code used in making posts is available at my Github page.

    By Jeremy Kun,
    #Personal #Mathematics #Programming

  • By Matt Aimonetti,
    #Personal #Culture #Programming

  • This blog hasn’t been active since late 2015, BUT “The Journalist-Engineer” is still echoing in my thoughts so I can’t not include it.
    By Matthew Daniels,
    #Personal #Culture #Programming

  • #Personal #Testing


  • #Company #Culture #Software Methodology

  • Practical and actionable advice, tips and guidance for creating high-performing teams.

    By Mike Cohen,
    #Company #Agile #Scrum


  • #Company #Culture #Best Practices

  • OpenAI is a non-profit AI research company, discovering and enacting the path to safe artificial general intelligence.


    #Research #AI #Non Profit

  • By Pamela Fox,
    #Culture #Personal

  • The blog posts on ELT vs ETL are particularly interesting

    #Company #Big Data

  • By Paul Graham,
    #Personal #Technology #Culture


  • #Publication #API

  • Read the Sez Who
    #QA #Personal


  • #Company #Testing #CI/ CD

  • This is where I will aggregate my views on various topics including, but not limited (although at times excluding entirely) to: – Java, Python, Ruby, Lisp, Scala, Vodka, etc…., programming and code monkey-ism – Operating system development – Programming language design and development – Mystery Science Theater 3000 – Mathematics and logic – Crypto-zoology – Computing industry observations – Transcendental Unity of Apperception

    By Fogus,
    #Programming #Personal

  • There’s no rhyme and reason here that I can see. They’ve written about, everything from Big Data, to Culture, to Product Management. But, each post is an interesting read.

    #Company #Everything

  • Software Engineering Daily features daily interviews about technical software topics. Technical knowledge about software will help you work more intelligently.

    #Publication #Technology #Podcast

  • The analysis of the data that they collect as a company is very interesting.

    #Company #Data Analysis

  • By Steve Yegge
    #Personal #Culture #Technology

  • This is one of the best blogs I’ve encountered discussing real world application of ML and Big Data software.
    #Company #AI #Big Data

  • Through this blog, I aim to teach storytelling with data through examples and practical tips. My goal is to bring data to life and use it to communicate a story to an audience, with a focus on simplicity and ease of interpretation.

    By Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic,
    #Company #Data Visualization

  • By Rosie Hamilton,
    #Personal #Testing #Culture

  • By David Burns,
    #Personal #Testing

  • Art, technology and leaving the world better off than we found it.

    By Manu Sporny
    #Web Payments #Personal

  • By Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob)
    #Software Methodology #Personal


  • #Publication #CIO #Enterprise Technology

  • The Morning Paper: a short summary every weekday of an important, influential, topical or otherwise interesting paper in the field of computer science.

    By Adrian Colyer,
    #Computer Science #Aggregate #Newsletter

  • All about app development & management at scale.


    #Publication #Technology

  • A Tester driven by curiosity and relentless question “what if”

    By Shrini Kulkarni,
    #Personal #Testing

  • By Rikard Edgren, Henrik Emilsson and Martin Jansson – with Torbjörn Ryber,
    #Personal #Testing #Aggregate


  • #Publication #Software Insights

  • By Andy Hunt,
    #Personal #Agile #Culture

  • Notes and rants about software and software quality

    By Alan Page
    #Software Quality #Personal

  • By Una Kravets,
    #Personal #Design #Product


  • #Company #Culture #Best Practices


  • #Company #Testing #Community

  • By David Robinson,
    #Personal #Data Science

  • By Andy Kirk,
    #Company #Data Visualization


  • #Company #Culture #Programing

  • A collection of articles on software development and computer programming.

    By Thomas Guest,
    #Software development #Programming #Aggregate


  • #Company #Culture #Programming

  • Note: You are welcome to reprint occasional comics pretty much anywhere (presentations, papers, blogs with ads, etc). If you’re not outright merchandising, you’re probably fine. Just be sure to attribute the comic to xkcd.com

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    By Randall Munroe
    #Personal #Comics #not-for-profit publication

  • By Yegor Bugayenko,
    #Personal #Programming #Management

  • His twitter profile picture is the description of goals!
    By Zach Holman,
    #Personal #Culture #Entrepreneurship

  • A blog about hacking, development workflow automation, and how to get things done with less work.

    By Zach Holman,
    #Company #API #Best Practices

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