There are a lot of resources online to learn about every tech-related subject. Blogs are an essential resource because you can discover all the technical aspects of a subject, with the perspective and experience of the writer. It may speak to you more than official documentation. As women are still underrepresented in the tech industry, there is also a minority of women tech bloggers. However, I did my research and was able to gather 27 tech blogs written by amazing women, they are definitely worth a visit.
Note: I humbly added my own website at the bottom of the list, I really wish I can develop my blog to inspire more people to get into tech. I know it is still a work in progress, but I’ll get there.
I’m a software developer. I live in Montreal. I sometimes give talks. Most of my income comes from my programming zines business Wizard Zines.
Lynn Fisher (she/her) is a Busan-born, American artist known for her work on the web. After attending art school in Arizona, she began working as a designer and CSS developer in software consulting.
Code with Didi
My name is Edidiong Asikpo. I am a Developer Advocate at Ambassador Labs.
I’ve given over 50+ talks at various tech conferences/meetups across the world and also played a significant role in building 3 of the most impactful developer communities in Africa.
I write technical articles about Kubernetes, web development, soft skills, and Open Source contributions.💛
Content Strategy for Software Developers
Stephanie Morillo is an experienced content strategist who specializes in content strategy, developer marketing, and content creation for software developers.
Gift Egwuenu is a frontend developer and content creator. Her blog features content on frontend development, accessibility, and tech career advice.
Emerging Tech Leader, Speaker, Writer & Advisor
I love to ramble about all things tech whether it’s on my blog, in the media, on podcasts, or at conferences.
The rambling continues at my day job, where I advise clients on how to implement, operationalize, and optimize emerging technologies.
Alyssa Holland’s Blog
Welcome to my blog! I’m a Front-End Developer with a passion for learning! I write about Programming and Productivity Tips.
We Learn Code
Hi! I’m Ali
I’m a software engineer and teacher. I blog about the things I wish I knew when I was learning to code. You’ll find technical tutorials, career advice, and more all right here!
Anna J McDougall’s Blog
Energetic. Quirky. Helpful.
Jennifer Opal is a DevOps Big Data Engineer, Multi-Award Winning Blogger & Speaker. Check out her official blog where she talks Tech, Neurodiversity, Inclusion, and her tech career. Sign Up for Free Coding Guides with The Opal Newsletter!
Laasya Setty Blogs
Hello Everyone! I am a Java Developer and a tech blogger. I write about programming, technologies and developer stuff.
Monica Lent’s Website
Hi, I’m Monica
I write about building profitable indie products as a developer
I’m building an analytics SaaS called Affilimate and a newsletter and community called Blogging for Devs.
I’m a software developer and I enjoy exchanging information through technical blogging and public speaking. I’m passionate about contributing to Open Source groups and I love cats.
a11y with Lindsey
My Mission : To help developers navigate accessibility jargon, write better code,
and to empower them to make the Internet,
An Inclusive Internet.
I’m Ruth Ikegah from Nigeria. I’m a Backend Developer, Technical writer, GitHub Star, Public Speaker, and a people person.
I’m looking to collaborate on Community Building and engaging more beginners in tech to contribute to open-source
Hey, I’m Tania.
I’m a software engineer in Chicago. I love building open-source projects and sharing what I learn. This website is my digital garden — a compendium of the things I’ve learned and created over the years.
I am a Software Developer and a YouTuber who likes to write Technical Blogs and contribute to Open Source.
The Blog content will be mostly about Technical guide and my recent learnings and experience.
Angie Jones is a Java Champion and Senior Director of Developer Relations. She shares her wealth of knowledge by speaking and teaching at software conferences all over the world, as well as and leading the online learning platform, Test Automation University.
Hej, I’m Emma
I’m an American software engineer living and working in Stockholm. I love creating courses, writing blogs, and speaking at conferences.
Girl Knows Tech
Sharing my journey as a woman in technology, studying in machine learning, and sharing tips along the way.
Stereotype Breakers is a movement and a community of women pushing the boundaries in STEM and beyond. Talking all about career, personal growth, and creating a unique life beyond stereotypes.
Pawlean is a blog by Pauline P. Narvas, documenting her life in the UK, self-development journey and talking tech, science, travel, health and well-being.
The Yogi Coder
Helping TECH businesses GROW.
From startups to scaleups, from pre-launch to exponential growth.
The Hacker Chick Blog – Abby Fichtner
Inspire your teams, engage your employees, and challenge your people to think in new ways. Don’t choose between a great speaker and a legit one. Choose the one that delivers results.
I’ve been a researcher at the quantum telecommunications and quantum optics lab at Georgia Tech, the University of Maryland Joint Quantum Institute, and currently working on superconducting qubits.
Golang software engineer, cloud is my thing ! When AFK you can find me swing dancing, sewing or hiking.
I’m Sara, a frontend developer from France. I share my day-to-day bugs, experience, resources, tools, and more…
My main goal is to empower women by encouraging them to persue a career in tech. I share interviews of women in tech for inspiration…
I hope you found this list useful.
If you know any other resource or tool not mentioned in the article, please share it in the comment section below, I’ll update the list with every relevant suggestion from you.