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Bytes by @uidotdev is one of the few tech newsletters I actually look forward to reading.
Literally the only newsletter I’m waiting for every week.
Very few newsletters manage to be useful and not very boring. @uidotdev manages to achieve these pretty effortlessly. You can almost see Tyler chuckle as he writes them.
Bytes is a great newsletter for #UI folks. It is itself a showcase of awesome UX. Language feels like it's speaking to a friend.
Big fan of @uidotdev's newsletter Bytes for staying current on the what's happening with all the the tech I use every day at work and on side projects.
@uidotdev makes an outstanding JS newsletter. Subscribe now, if you dare! :-)
Bytes keeps me informed of all the new fun things constantly coming out in the JS landscape! Love it!
Bytes is such a great newsletter by @uidotdev. It's so light yet packed with so much amazing stuff. Great work!
One of the best new JS newsletters from @uidotdev. Subscribe!
Did you know the creator of Babel has created a new tool for linting, testing, and bundling called Rome? Bytes is full of cool bits and is a must-read for UI devs. Make sure to subscribe.
Bytes from @uidotdev is probably one of the best dev newsletters out there. I look forward to the "spot the bug" section every week.
Favorite new newsletter, Bytes, by @uidotdev.
One of the best coding newsletters out there.
If you’re not subscribed to @tylermcginnis’ newsletter Bytes... you’re missing out. Every single email I’ve received has had a bit that made me chuckle 😃.
Bytes has been my favorite newsletter since its inception. It's my favorite thing I look forward to on Mondays. Goes great with a hot cup of coffee!
Bytes is the developer newsletter I most look forward to each week. Great balance of content and context! Thanks @uidotdev.
I am enjoying @uidotdev's Bytes newsletter. They are packed with a lot of insightful news about JS. The choice of text font and color is Hundred points symbol. Well curated and presented.
I've read Bytes newsletter for 1.5 months now. This is one of the best curated tech newsletter IMO. I really like the tone of it.
If you're into web development or a wannabe web developer like me, I'd suggest you to subscribe to Bytes by @uidotdev. It packs important and relevant information that you'd want to keep up to date with, while keeping things light and easy to understand.
#Bytes is the coolest newsletter you're not subscribed to. 🔥
Looking for a good way to start your week? Check out the Bytes newsletter. Short, informative, and even a bit funny snapshots covering current events in the web dev world.
I enjoy Bytes, they're short reads that keep me in the loop. I appreciate your work @uidotdev.
I subscribe to A LOT of dev (especially JS/TS/Node) newsletters and Bytes by @uidotdev is always such a welcomed, enjoyable change of pace to most (funny, lighthearted, etc) but still comprehensive/useful.
The sense of humor and structure of the Bytes Newsletter is first class and the information that comes with it is enough to make a mini course.
The only JS newsletter that pumps up your dev know-how bit by bit. Check out Bytes by @uidotdev.
"Like your boyfriend in High School, React 17 is a “stepping stone” to future upgrades." 😂. Enjoying these Bytes
@uidotdev's newsletter is great as usual, concentrated excerpts from the current state of front-end tech.
I'm loving @uidotdev's bytes newsletter! Great info to keep me updated.
Great newsletter from @tylermcginnis and @uidotdev. Even if you don't subscribe to the courses (you should), these are nice little dev industry tidbits.
The latest news, informally relayed 👌
If you're a web developer and don't want to have to keep up on what's happening in the world of tech, this newsletter by @uidotdev basically does all the reading for you so you can just take a glimpse at what the cool kids are talking about these days.
Easilly my favorite JS Newsletter if anyone needs one. Short, sweet, light tone. Thanks for something I actually read instead of a perpetual save for later.
Finally, to-the-point updates of the industry in one place
"Bytes" by Tyler McGinnis is a great frontend newsletter you should definitely subscribe to.