Our newsletters, websites and social media accounts

We help developers, and the companies they work for, stay up-to-date via our variety of publications, across the web, social and by email.

Cooperpress publishes a variety of weekly email publications, reaching a combined audience of over 400,000 subscribers. Our newsletters enjoy high levels of engagement, seeing net open rates of 30% – 60%.

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In addition to publishing newsletters Cooperpress also operate a small number of related websites, covering topics such as Ruby, JavaScript and more.

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As well as newsletters for our subscribers, we also run various social accounts to ensure our audience never misses a beat. Whilst many of these are directly related to publications, such as JavaScript Daily, and Frontend Focus, we also contribute towards social media in other ways.

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Email Newsletters

JavaScript Weekly

Established in 2010, JavaScript Weekly was the second email newsletter we introduced. The newsletter appeals to developers with an interest in JavaScript and related technologies, such as Angular, React, and Node.js.

JavaScript Weekly shares the latest industry news, tutorials, demos and articles, reaching over 160,000 subscribers every week.

Subscribe to JavaScript Weekly

Frontend Focus

Frontend Focus started life as HTML5 Weekly in 2011 but was renamed in 2016 to better reflect the content being shared.

The free, weekly email newsletter covers HTML, CSS, WebGL, and other associated technologies. Now reaching over 85,000 subscribers, Frontend Focus shares news, articles, tutorials and code examples for those interested in web browser technology and the web platform generally.

Subscribe to Frontend Focus

Ruby Weekly

Our first email newsletter, Ruby Weekly started it all during the summer of 2010.

Since then, the newsletter has grown to serve over 43,000 subscribers, becoming one of the most read Ruby and Rails-oriented publications.

Subscribe to Ruby Weekly

Node Weekly

Launched in 2013, Node Weekly focuses solely on the popular Node.js runtime environment. The need for a publication devoted to Node.js came about due to the growing number of Node-related content we found ourselves sharing in JavaScript Weekly.

As a result, Node Weekly was created as a sister publication to cover the increasing interest in the open-source technology. The newsletter now reaches over 42,000 subscribers each week.

Subscribe to Node Weekly

React Status

Launched in the summer of 2016, React Status is the latest newsletter in the Cooperpress family.  With a focus purely on the increasingly popular React library, React Status shares news, tutorials and helpful links covering the React Native and React.js space. 

Growth of React Status has continued since its launch, and now reaches over 30,000 subscribers each week.

Subscribe to React Status

DB Weekly

Our weekly database newsletter shares insight and updates on a wide range of database topics and tools, including SQL, Postgres, MongoDB, Redis and more.

Over 14,000 developers and managers subscribe to DB Weekly to stay up-to-date and to better inform their decisions.

Subscribe to DB Weekly

StatusCode Weekly

Launched in early 2015 as WebOps Weekly, and rebranded as StatusCode Weekly in 2019. The newsletter reaches over 15,000 subscribers and covers software development, web operations, infrastructure, platforms and performance, from browser down to the metal.

Subscribe to StatusCode Weekly

Serverless Status

Launched in the spring of 2017, Serverless Status is our latest publication focusing on serverless architectures, function-as-a-service, AWS Lambda and related technologies.  

Subscribe to Serverless Status

Mobile Dev Weekly

Our mobile-facing weekly newsletter covering the convergence of the web, native apps, hybrid apps and the rise of progressive web apps.

Curated by Holly Schinsky, Brian Rinaldi and the Cooperpress team, the newsletter focuses on topics such as React Native, Ionic, Flutter, Cordova, Phonegap and more.

Subscribe to Mobile Dev Weekly

Golang Weekly

Go is an increasingly popular server-side programming language developed at Google. Matthew Cottingham started the Golang Weekly in 2013, and in early 2015 the publication was acquired by us here at Cooperpress.

The newsletter has now grown to become the most popular amongst the growing Go community.

Subscribe to the Go Newsletter

Postgres Weekly

Postgres Weekly started life in 2013, delivering the latest news and updates on one of the most popular open-source relational database systems in the world.

The newsletter is curated by one of the foremost Postgres experts, Craig Kerstiens and published in-house by Cooperpress. The newsletter has now sent in excess of 300 issues, reaching over 14,000 subscribers each week.

Subscribe to Postgres Weekly

MongoDB Memo

Our bi-weekly newsletter covering the vast ecosystem surrounding the most popular non-relational database. Published in conjunction with MongoDB.

Subscribe to MongoDB Memo

Web Sites

Social Media

Cooperpress Accounts

Instagram –  @cooperpress
Facebook – Cooperpress
Twitter – @CooperPress

Status Code Accounts

Twitter – @statuscode
Facebook – Status Code

Publication Accounts

@WebOps Daily

Other Accounts