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Posted on May 7, 2017 by Administrator

The internet is a large repository of information. Who to follow sometimes becomes difficult, as there so many people sharing their knowledge on the subjects they are passionate about. Here are 33 Developers you should follow if you are obsessed with Javascript.


33 Developers you MUST Subscribe to as a JavaScript Junkie

As JavaScript developers, we have quite crazy requirements. The playing field is in a state of constant flux and one of the best ways to keep up is interacting with other developers and reading their code. Blogs, such as the one you're reading, are a perfect amalgamation of these two activities.

What about Java? Who should you follow or learn from? Check out these.

20 Java Developers to Follow Online - New Relic blog

Sun Microsystems developed the Java language in the early 1990s as a pragmatic language that could be used for almost any purpose: from limited-resource embedded devices to highly scalable and efficient systems. Today you'll find the Java language and the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) running in everything from data centers to set-top boxes to Raspberry Pi.

Avoid just copying and pasting code. Instead type it out and run the code to learn faster. If you are on twitter follow these accounts. 



39 Java leaders and experts you should follow on Twitter

39 Java experts you should follow on Twitter Considering that Java is one of the most popular programming languages, with an elite status in developer communities, it's no surprise that the Twittersphere is full of Java chatter. If you're looking for Java news, conference coverage, and groundbreaking innovation, these are the leaders to watch.

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