Whom to follow on Twitter if you’re a frontend developer
I think Twitter is the best social network for a developer. I always find awesome fresh links or interesting discussions in my feed. Here are some of my favorite authors:
- Dan Abramov — creator of Redux, React Hot Loader and react-dnd; works at Facebook on Create React App.
- Mark Dalgleish —
co-creatorof CSS Modules, MelbJS organizer.
- John-David Dalton — creator of Lodash.
- Mattias P Johansson — author of my favorite podcast: FunFunFunction.
- Kitze — creator of Sizzy.
- Tobias Koppers — creator of webpack.
- Norbert de Langen — maintainer of Storybook.
- Sean T. Larkin — Webpack core team.
- James Long — creator of Prettier.
- Jason Miller — creator of Preact.
- Andrey Okonetchnikov —
co-creatorof ColorSnapper, co-organizerof React Vienna, creator of react-dropzone and lint-staged.
- Addy Osmani — works at Google on Chrome.
- Christoph Pojer — works at Facebook on Jest and Yarn.
- Andrey Popp — react-textarea-autosize author.
- Ekaterina Prigara — product marketing manager at JetBrains, works with WebStorm.
- Andrey Sitnik — creator of PostCSS and Autoprefixer.
- Oleg Slobodskoi — creator of JSS.
- Sindre Sorhus — creator of AVA, Yeoman and almost any other open source library.
- Max Stoiber — creator of styled-components and react-boilerplate.
- Maxime Thirouin — creator of cssnext and Phenomic.
- Brian Vaughn — creator of React Virtualized, React core team.
- Juho Vepsäläinen — author of SurviveJS book series.
- Michel Weststrate — creator of MobX.
And, of course, you should follow me too — creator of React Styleguidist