It's advent calendar season again. Keeping up with the (one-year-old) tradition, I'm bringing you a roundup of calendars focused on the design and development industry.
Most of the entries are long-lasting participants (listed in alphabetical order). There are a few great new appearances. And, unfortunately, some calendars are not running this year either.
Advent of Code is an Advent calendar of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels that can be solved in any programming language you like.
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Are you a code security expert? Every day, there will be a code security puzzle announced on Twitter to which you’re welcome to join and share with your friends to discuss solutions together.
This is not a "by-the-book" advent calendar, but a special category where they ask fellow web creators how can people make their websites better. Definitely worth reading, just as all the other calendars in this list.
This is a month-long celebration of web design, brought to you by the web.dev team. Every day they release a new piece of UI development-related content to celebrate the flexible and fluid new responsive web of tomorrow.
F# Advent Calendar is a long tradition in the F# community. Christmas is approaching again, and now is the time to prepare our spirit for it with the goodness of F#.
Java Advent is here to make that advent season even sweeter for JVM enthusiasts. The advent season is the days before the festive season, so December 1st until December 24th. Each day you will find a new article about JVM-related topics.
This calendar has been around for 13 years. This year they continue to bring advent posts with the best, the nicest, and the merely possible in the Raku realm.
"The speed geek's favorite time of year" is back. The Web Performance Calendar once more brings us much-needed advice on how to make our websites faster.
Once more some well-established calendars are not present this year. Some have announced they are taking a break this year, while others have just stayed silent. Most of the content there is still valuable, so you might want to have a look.
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Have a great and productive winter holiday season, keep yourselves safe, and I will see you around!
Happy Tech Advent!
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