Versioning Newsletter

Just the good stuff for devs, designers + web legends, daily

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Versioning Newsletter is a daily subscription newsletter for web devs and designers - the best links with sarcasm, puns, and plenty of actual lols thrown in too.

Reviews

  • Pros: 

    It's the only email I enjoy seeing hit my inbox daily

    Cons: 

    It's not... hourly?

    I sat across from Adam as he cleverly put together over 400 editions of this daily newsletter, over my past two years at SitePoint. It didn't take me long to fall in love with the magic this brings to my inbox everyday, and become attached to Versioning as it's grown.

    It's long been a well regarded, and super successful free newsletter in web and design, and I'm excited to see what this new chapter will bring.

    Best of luck my friend, you deserve the success coming to you!

    Daniel Graziano has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    So chock full of goodness, I love reading through it every day.

    Cons: 

    Honestly I can't think of any!

    It's just the right amount of description for each of the links, enough to whet the appetite so to speak. I always find at least one or two links to click on to investigate further, which I can't say about most newsletters these days. It also helps me keep up to date with development trends. I had heard about vue.js well before most of my other dev friends because of this.

    Warner Onstine has used this product for one year.

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Adam RobertsMaker@adam__roberts · Head of Newsletters, SitePoint
Hi there! Adam from Versioning here. The pic of the blue guy with the beard? That’s my driver’s license photo. Versioning is a daily subscription newsletter from SitePoint that’ll keep you informed and entertained about all things web dev and design. I research the web and curate the stuff that matters to you, so you can close the tabs and get back to doing what you love. I also make it a bit more fun than your typical algorithm does - if puns, sarcasm and pop-culture references are your idea of fun. We’ve tried advertising and had good results, but ads split our focus from just showing subscribers stuff we think is awesome. Instead, we’re working with a company called Substack and adopting a paid subscription model. It’s a new idea, we’re really excited! We’d love to get some feedback on the idea and the newsletter in general. I’m operating on Melbourne, Australia time, but will be checking in as much as possible to answer qs and absorb your feedback. Thanks!