Blogs I love
I spend a lot of my time seeking out and reading through technical blogs. I realized today, that my list of go-to blogs only exists mentally. I thought I should write them down somewhere, which is what this post is. I’ll likely be updating this page in the future.
Chad category theorist writes about chad category theorist things.
Amazing blog about category theory and functional programming from the main author of 1lab, a category theory knowledge database.
A great friend of mine and all around smart guy. Interested in Haskell and Unix in particular.
Haskell blog from biologist turned functional programmer. Some real gems on here.
A fantastic blog and learning resource for the F# language.
Another fantastic Haskell blog from Gabriella Gonzales, author of the Dhall language.
Blog from the guy who wrote about monads being burritos.
Functional programming and PLT nut. Also my advisor during my thesis work.
Development blog for the Futhark language, a data-parallel functional language targeting GPUs.
The KING of the Unity forums.
The KING of the Unity asset store.
Friend of mine. I like what they’ve written so far. Mostly about Unity-specific shader stuff.
General tech blog I found recently. Writes a lot about entrepreneurship.
The famous codinghorror blog. Everyone should know this one.
Great, long-form, in-depth articles about everything from GPU programming to pure mathematics. Also, the website design is impeccable.
Don’t know this one too well yet, but read a few articles and found them interesting.
Friend of mine and certified C-boomer. Doesn’t post very often.
Only contains one post so far about speeding up the VRChat Udon virtual machine. It’s neat.
SIMD and graphics chad. Writes great articles about some seriously specific technical stuff. Juicy details.
The blog of Alan Wolfe. Another one every programmer should know. Writes about a large range of complex technical topics, with great attention to detail.
Lots of super low-level juice details and technofuckery.
Technical crimes committed by the author of the Rustonomicon.
Very long form exploratory style articles, mostly about Rust.
Person behind the great “(adjective) the coding interview” series of blog posts. Funny stuff.
Don’t know too much about this guy, but they mostly write about C.
Website of the legendary Paul Bourke. Not really a blog, but great technical pages and documentation on stuff you’ve probably never heard about.
Blog about a path tracer. Lots of great in-depth articles on here.