20 Curated Weekly newsletters for programmers, sysadmins and what's in between

When it comes of being up to date in programming languages some people have the time to follow Reddit or Hacker News.

Others prefer a less frequent and more filtered way of receiving their dose of news.

Yet others want both.

In this post I collected 20 weekly curated newsletters you might want to subscribe to.

In ABC order. Last update: 2015.02.12

def newsletter A weekly Clojure newsletter by Nate Murray and Ari Lerner.


  Started on 2013-03-29
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12:  2,295
  Inactive. Last issue: 2013-10-18

CSS Weekly by Zoran Jambor.


  Started on 2012-03-20
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12:  18,000

Dart Weekly by Peter Cooper.


  Started on 2011-10-26
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: ~ 900
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ???
  Inactive. Last issue: 2013-11-22

DB Weekly by Peter Cooper.


  Started on 2014-01-21
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ???
 

Devops Weekly by Gareth Rushgrove.


  Started on 2010-11-30
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22:  2,209 
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: 15,228

Go language newsletter Peter Cooper and Matt Cottingham.


  Started on 2013-02 ???
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ???


Hacker Newsletter by Kale Davis.


  Started on 2010-07-10
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22:  7,500
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: 28,890

Heroku Weekly (This looks strange, I have not subscribed to it.)

HTML 5 Weekly by Peter Cooper.


  Started on 2011-08-24
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: ~  9,800
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ~ 47,000 

iOS Dev Weekly by Dave Verwer.


  Started on 2011-08-05
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: 31,092

JavaScript Weekly by Peter Cooper.


  Started on 2010-11-12
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: ~ 18,000
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ~ 67,000

NoSQL Weekly by Rahul Chaudhary.


  Started in December 2010.
  Archive: no.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: undisclosed.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: undisclosed.

Perl Weekly by Gabor Szabo ( that's me :).


  Started on 2011-08-01
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: 2,244
  Number of subscribers on 2013-02-16: 4,275
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: 5,685

PHP Weekly by Katie Eyers.


  Started on 2013-04-26
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: 16,267

Postgres Weekly about PostgreSQL by Craig Kerstiens.


  Started on 2013-03-13
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ????

Pycoder's Weekly by Mahdi Yusuf and Mike Grouchy.


  Started on 2012-02-17
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2013-02-26: ~  9,000
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ~ 13,000

Python Weekly by Rahul Chaudhary.


  Started on 2011-09
  Archive: partial.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: undisclosed.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: undisclosed.

Ruby Weekly by Peter Cooper.


  Started on 2010-08-24
  Archive: since issue 15.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: ~  9,900
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ~ 27,000

Status Code by Peter Cooper.


  Started on 2012-02-08
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ~ 14,000
  Inactive. Last issue: 2014-06-06

Web-design Weekly by Jake Bresnehan.


  Started on 2011-07-01
  Archive: full.
  Number of subscribers on 2011-12-22: ~  2,900
  Number of subscribers on 2015-02-12: ~ 20,000


Some of these are from Technical Newsletters collected by Mahdi Yusuf.

Published on 2011-12-22 by Gabor Szabo

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