Keeping developers informed

Our Publications

We help developers, and the companies they work for, stay up-to-date via our range of email digests. Reaching a combined audience of over 500,000 subscribers. Our newsletters enjoy high levels of engagement, seeing net open rates between 30% – 60%.

Email Newsletters

JavaScript Weekly

JavaScript Weekly

Our most popular newsletter, reaching over 170,000 JavaScript and web developers.

Launched in November 2010, JavaScript Weekly was our second newsletter, but quickly became our most heavily subscribed and best known in the rapidly evolving JavaScript community.

JavaScript Weekly is aimed at JavaScript developers and web developers with an interest in JavaScript, Angular, React, Node.js, and related technologies.

Frontend newsletter

Frontend Focus

A newsletter for those in the web design, web development, and browser-based technology spaces.

Frontend Focus, curated by Chris Brandrick, covers HTML, CSS, browsers and their related technologies, such as WebGL, the Web Audio API, and the myriad of APIs that make up the modern web experience. The newsletter targets web developers and designers, with a focus on web browser technology and the wider web platform.

Ruby newsletter

Ruby Weekly

Our first newsletter, and the most popular newsletter in the Ruby and Rails communities.

Ruby Weekly launched in August 2010 and is now one of the most read Ruby and Rails oriented publications in the famously dispersed and diverse Ruby community — our sponsors find a lot of value in reaching that audience in a single place.

The newsletter is curated by both Peter Cooper and Glenn Goodrich.

Node newsletter

Node Weekly

A Node.js-focused spin-off to our JavaScript Weekly publication.

Node Weekly was originally launched in August 2013 to be an ancillary newsletter to JavaScript Weekly, picking up all of the Node related articles and links that were beginning to take over JavaScript Weekly’s issues at the time.

It grew quicker than expected and has become one of our largest and most important titles in its own right.

Golang newsletter

Golang Weekly

The most popular newsletter amongst the rapidly growing Go community.

Golang Weekly is the leading email publication for developers using Google’s server-side programming language.

Go has rapidly grown in popularity in recent years, with the newsletter now reaching nearly 30,000 subscribers each week.

React newsletter

React Status

A publication focused on the increasingly popular open-source JavaScript library, React.

React Status launched during August 2016, following a growing demand for a newsletter concentrated solely on React and React Native content. It joins our JavaScript Weekly and Node Weekly newsletters in serving the diverse JavaScript community.

Since launch the newsletter has grown quickly — React Status now reaches nearly 40,000 subscribers every week.

Serverless newsletter

Serverless Status

A publication focusing on serverless architecture and function-as-a-service technology.

Launched during May of 2017, Serverless Status covers the growing and increasingly popular serverless space.

The newsletter features a mix of news, demos and interesting projects, highlighting what serverless can offer developers.

Database Weekly

DB Weekly

A database technology oriented weekly newsletter reaching over 15,000 subscribers.

DB Weekly is a newsletter that centers around a wide range of database topics from SQL to NoSQL, relational databases like MySQL, Postgres and SQL Server through to MongoDB, Redis, and experimental databases.

DB Weekly is read mostly by developers and managers looking at what’s happening in the database world to make better decisions and try new tools and services.

Postgres Weekly

Postgres Weekly

The newsletter for one of the most popular open source relational database systems in the world.

Postgres Weekly is dedicated to the open source PostgreSQL relational database management system, curated by one of the world’s foremost Postgres experts — Craig Kerstiens.

Statuscode newsletter


Covering the week’s news in software development, infrastructure, ops, platforms, and performance.

Originally launched in 2015 as ‘WebOps Weekly’, the newsletter rebranded in the summer of 2019 to cover a wider topic base, including software development, web operations, infrastructure, platforms and performance, from browser down to the metal.

Mobile Developer Weekly

Mobile Dev Weekly

A weekly newsletter for mobile web, hybrid and native app developers.

Mobile Dev Weekly focuses on the needs of those developing specifically in the mobile space.

Curated by Holly Schinsky of Adobe and Brian Rinaldi, the digest delivers helpful links to over 10,000 subscribers — covering all things mobile web, hybrid and native app development. Technologies covered include things such as Ionic, Swift, Flutter, NativeScript, React Native, Cordova, PhoneGap and more.



A new bi-weekly newsletter covering the evolving JAMstack ecosystem.

Launched in March of 2020.

This new digest is curated by Brian Rinaldi, and brings together the latest from the growing JavaScript, APIs and Markup stack movement.

Deno newsletter

Deno Weekly

A new weekly newsletter covering Deno.

Curated by Peter Cooper, this roundup of news, tutorials and projects brings together the latest from the land of Deno, the newest JavaScript runtime on the block.

Last updated: October 2020