Originally published on December 5, 2021.
If you are an experienced software developer whose only exposure to reddit is dank memes, proggit or even language-specific subreddits like /r/python, you're missing out.
What follows are my favorite subreddits in tech. My criteria is that:
This list isn't hard to guess at if you consider advanced topics in software. But I wanted to share because I think it's worth explicitly supporting high-quality subreddits.
While some language subreddits are pretty good, they are more so a mixed bag than some of the topic-specific subreddits here. So they don't make my list, more on principle than anything else.
If there is a good one already, send me it!
Am I missing other amazing subreddits? Just don't say language-specific ones. :)
It's an incorrect meme IMO that tech Reddit is low-quality. You just have to find the interesting subreddits.— Phil Eaton (@eatonphil) May 16, 2023
I've updated my list for 2023.https://t.co/OtM2tk8HOn pic.twitter.com/ymyzChp0SO