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24 Ways

24 ways is the advent calendar for web geeks. For twenty-four days each December we publish a daily dose of web design and development goodness to bring you all a little Christmas cheer.

1

ACM

The world's largest educational and scientific computing society.

1

A List Apart

Design magazine for people who make websites.

3

Bits and Pieces

Components are building blocks. You are the architect.

2

bitsofcode

Articles on frontend development written by Ire Aderinokun.

3

Bloomberg

The first word in business news.

2

Boing Boing

Brain candy for Happy Mutants.

1

Bright Pixels

Bright Pixels is a web-column about comic books, Star Wars, movies, Apple, technology, and other geekery.

1

Business Insider

Business news site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals.

5

Cloudflare Blog

A global network built for scale.

5

CNCF

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation stewarding the direction of cloud native technologies.

1

Code Without Rules

Helping you become a productive programmer and work saner hours

10

Crystal-lang Blog

The official blog for the Crystal programming language.

1

CSS-Tricks

CSS-Tricks is a site about all things web design and development.

10

Developer to Manager

A collection of interviews with developers who moved to management.

1

DEV.to

Where programmers share ideas and help each other grow.

16

Docker Blog

Docker news from Docker.

3

EFF

Non-profit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world.

4

Evil Martians

Extraterrestrial engineers to keep your startup at warp speed

3

Facebook Engineering Blog

Insights from the Facebook engineering blog.

1

Figma

The official blog for Figma Design.

1

Forbes

A global media company, focused on business, technology, entrepreneurship, and leadership.

2

freeCodeCamp

Learn to code with free online courses, programming projects, and interview preparation for developer jobs.

10

GitHub

Code hosting service and software development platform for open source and businesses.

11

GitLab

GitLab is about concurrent DevOps for the complete DevOps lifecycle.

7

Glitch

The official blog of Glitch.

1

Google

Crawling and indexing sites for the Google index.

7

Hackernoon

A community-contributed magazine for hackers.

8

Increment

From Stripe — a print and digital magazine about how teams build and operate software systems at scale.

2

Indie Hackers

Real stories, advice, and revenue numbers from the founders of profitable businesses.

1

InfluxData Blog

The official blog of InfluxData.

2

InfoQ

InfoQ's mission is to help progressive software development teams adopt new technologies and practices.

4

Kottke

Home of fine hypertext products.

1

Let's Encrypt

A free, automated, and open Certificate Authority. Kinda our heroes.

1

LinkedIn Engineering

"Solving complex problems at scale to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce."

1

Linux Journal

The original magazine of the global Open Source community.

1

MacStories

MacStories is a daily publication about all things Apple.

1

Medium

A place to read, write, and interact with stories from the web.

51

Microsoft News

Microsoft's news, features, events, and press materials.

1

Mozilla

Mozilla's blog — dispatches from the Internet frontier.

8

Netflix Technology Blog

Learn more about how Netflix designs, builds, and operates our systems and engineering organizations.

4

NVIDIA Developer Blog

Learn how developers are using NVIDIA.

2

OpenAI

A non-profit AI research company, discovering and enacting the path to safe artificial general intelligence.

3

Opensource.com

Stories about creating, adopting, and sharing open source solutions.

14

O'Reilly Media

O'Reilly Media creates several technology books, tech conferences, online services, magazines, and research.

1

Phusion Blog

Engineering blog from the team who makes Phusion Passenger.

5

Ping!

Our open inbox on GitHub. Ask us anything. Share projects, news, or feedback.

10

Plataformatec

Professional consulting and development for companies using Elixir or Ruby.

2

Recode

Independent tech news, reviews, and analysis.

1

Red Hat

Open source solutions, like Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

1

Ruby on Rails blog

The official blog of Ruby on Rails.

1

Segment

Segment's Engineering blog.

1

Signal v. Noise

Strong opinions and thoughts on design, business, and tech.

1

Slack Engineering

The Slack engineering blog.

2

Smashing Magazine

A web magazine for web designers and developers.

8

StackShare

Find the right developer tools and the companies that use them

1

Stripe

Stripe's blog - product announcements, feature updates, and technical posts.

4

TechCrunch

Reporting on the business of the tech industry.

4

The Allen Institute for AI

AI2 was founded in 2014 to conduct high-impact research and engineering in the field of artificial intelligence, all for the common good.

1

The New Stack

The New Stack covers the services and infrastructures that developers build.

8

The New York Times

The New York Times covers breaking news, special reports, and more.

1

The Verge

The intersection of technology, science, art, and culture.

7

Thoughtbot

A web + mobile + design + development firm with a long history in open source.

5

Tidelift

Making open source work better — for everyone.

8

TODO Group

TODO: talk openly, develop openly.

1

Travis CI Blog

The official blog for Travis CI.

2

Twitter

Realtime social media platform focused on what's happening right now.

11

Uber Engineering

The team behind the popular ride-sharing service.

1

UX Collective

Curated stories on user experience, usability, and product design.

1

WebKit Blog

The official blog of WebKit.

1

Wired

Print and web magazine focused on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy, and politics.

2

xkcd

A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.

1

Y Combinator

Y Combinator provides seed funding for startups.

6

YouTube

Where cat videos changed the world.

22

ZEIT

ZEIT is on a mission to make cloud computing as easy and accessible as mobile computing.

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