1. Addy Osmani
2. Brendan Eich
3. David Walsh Blog
4. John Reisig
6. Jack Franklin
7. Dan Abramov
Dan Abramov is the king of React and co-author of Redux. Dan created Create React App, a modern web app by running one command allowing to focus on code rather than on building tools. His blog is called Overreacted where he is a prolific writer. What sets Dan apart from his React community members is his holistic and human-centered approach toward web development learning. Being a bit informal, Dan’s tutorials are focused on the human side of software development and soft skills. Check out his best works: A complete guide to useEffect and React as a UI runtime.
8. Axel Rauschmayer
11. Eric Elliot
12. Lea Verou
Lea Verou is a community-active front-end developer from Greece, who holds a special love for advocating for open Web standards and open-source solutions.
Lea is also one of these people who live for sharing and spreading knowledge. She had given over 100 talks at web design & web dev conferences around the world, and they are... so cool! We strongly recommend checking a few of Lea's speeches on YouTube (if you'd like to learn how should you talk about software dev in a captivating way). She has also written a best-selling book on advanced CSS.
To get a better grip on what’s Lea focusing on right now make sure to visit her page and follow her Twitter account.
You can also just watch this short video about her.
13. Todd Motto
He invented Ultimate Courses (expert web development courses) to teach students and dev teams best practices from industry leaders. Todd Motto is an incredible source of motivation for the community. Since 2014, he is a Google Developer Expert.
Follow his accounts for a better understanding of his versatility:
14. John-David Dalton
15. Tyler McGinnis
17. Nicholas C.Zakas
Nicholas’s website is called “Human who codes” where he published several amazing books and talks. His popular work Understanding ECMAScript 6 is worthy of your consideration. Also, Nicholas created an open-source project ESLint for code vulnerabilities identification and fixing. As for his expertise, let’s just mention his employment at Yahoo for five years and at Box where Nicholas created a project in cooperation with a team aiming to enhance better coding structures.
18. Ideamotive Blog
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