11 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 the 11 weekly newsletters you might want to subscribe to.

ordered in

Hacker Newsletter by Kale Davis. Started on 10 July 2010. Number of subscribers: 7,500 email. Archive: full.

Ruby Weekly by Peter Cooper. Started on 24 August 2010. Number of subscribers: ~ 9,900. Archive: since issue 15.

JavaScript Weekly by Peter Cooper. Started on 12 November 2010. Number of subscribers: ~ 18,000. Archive: full.

Devops Weekly by Gareth Rushgrove. Started on 30 November 2010. Number of subscribers: 2,209. Archive: full.

NoSQL Weekly by Rahul Chaudhary. Started in December 2010. Number of subscribers: undisclosed. Archive: no.

Web-design Weekly by Jake Bresnehan. Started on 1 July 2011. Number of subscribers: ~ 2,900. Archive: full.

Perl Weekly by Gabor Szabo ( that's me :). Started on 1 August 2011. Number of subscribers: 2,244 email + 427 via RSS. Archive: full. (update: on 26 February 2013, number of e-mail subscribers is 4275.)

Python Weekly by Rahul Chaudhary. Started in September 2011. Number of subscribers: undisclosed. Archive: no.

HTML 5 Weekly by Peter Cooper. Started on 24 August 2011. Number of subscribers: ~ 9,800. Archive: full.

Dart Weekly by Peter Cooper. Started on 26 October 2011. Number of subscribers: ~ 900. Archive: full.

Pycoder's Weekly by Mahdi Yusuf and Mike Grouchy. Started on 17 February 2012. Number of subscribers: ~ 9,000 (on 26 February 2013)

Rahul Chaudhary even runs a listing of newsletters.

Check them out and let me know which one you like and why?

You can find a number of other Technical Newsletters collected by Mahdi Yusuf.

Published on 2011-12-22 by Gabor Szabo

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