Reading List

Reading List

Over the years we all collate a list of sites/blogs/etc that we keep an eye on (or that form our morning coffee reading list); personally I used to use Google Reader to aggregate all my rss feeds. Unfortunately Google decided for some unknown reason to shut it down; since then I have been using “the older reader” to group together my feeds; it is perfect!

Out of my morning coffee link list I feel these are worth visiting, reading, and subscribing with, you may or may not agree (but isn’t that the joy of the internet?):

You can also find me on the web at:

Blogs etc

  • Coding Horror
    Programming and the human factor
  • Daily .NET Tips
    As the title says, daily .NET tips
  • John Skeet
    John Skeet’s Coding Blog
  • Mark Zhou
    Mark Zhou – A developer who develops for developers
  • Scott Hanselman
    Scott is a programmer, teacher and tech speaker who writes some very interesting articles.
  • Scott Helme
    This Scott is a security researcher and speaker from the UK; if you are interested in web security (HTTPS, CSP, SRI, etc) then Scott's blog is a must.
  • Troy Hunt
    An Aussie MVP Security Expert who also writes some great PluralSight courses
  • Lars Klint
    Lars is a Microsoft MVP, PluralSight Author, and speaker. He knows alot about mobile development and according to his bio is a part time crocodile wrangler!
  • Cloudflare
    Cloudflare basically run the internet, so read!


  • .NET Blog
    The .NET Blog; written by the .NET team.
  • Brent Ozar
    Brent Ozar are the experts on most things SQL
  • Daily .NET Tips
    As the title says, daily .NET tips
  • JetBrains Company Blog
    JetBrains make many useful .NET tools, one (resharper) that I use on a daily basis
  • Scott Hanselman
    Scott is a programmer, teacher and tech speaker who writes some very interesting articles.
  • MSSQL Tiger Team
    MSSQL Tiger Team This is the official team web log for SQL Server engineering (TIGER) team

Other Useful Sites

  • Have I Been Pwned? is a project by Troy Hunt; he collates many of the data leaks online and presents them in a way that can be searched for your own protection!
  • Report-Uri
    A great resource run by Scott Helme allowing you to track the effectivnes (and any problems with) your Content Security Polices and the like.

Web comics

  • CommitStrip
    A web comic about the daily life of some web developers
  • Dilbert
    You must know who dilbert is? You don’t, then go start from comic #1
  • Hi, I'm Liz
    Quick and simple web comic that always creates a laugh!
  • Questionable Content
    I have read QC from start to now; I own the print books, need I say more?
  • XKCD
    Would any list of web comics be complete without the genius that is XKCD?

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