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As one of the pre-eminent philosophers of our time – Horse ebooks – once remarked, “everything happens so much.”

Nowhere is that sentiment more appropriate than in the web development industry. Pretty much every day new frameworks, plugins, even entire languages are launched. As the tools evolve, so does the collective wisdom about the best way to use them. Around here, everything happens so much, and it happens every day.

That puts you, dear reader, in something of a bind. As someone who works in the web development industry, you’re kinda obligated to keep up. This means checking Hacker News multiple times a day, logging in to Reddit or Twitter, and (we hope) having a look at sites like ours, bringing new meaning to the phrase “keeping tabs”. That’s because any given link can have a measurable, significant impact on your work.

This stuff matters. Well, some of it does.

That’s where we come in. We’ve launched something to help reduce this flood of information to a manageable trickle.

It’s a daily email, short and sweet, filled with links to the most important and interesting stuff we’ve found on the web. It’s mainly focused on the web dev world, but we do mix it up with links to other interesting stuff. You can open it up, skim through, open up any relevant links, and then move on with your life. It’s not “everything” – just the good stuff.

It’s called Versioning, and we’re really excited about it. Here are the previous three issues for your perusal.

Check it out, sign up below, keep updated, and get back to work!


Adam is SitePoint's head of newsletters, who mainly writes Versioning, a daily newsletter covering everything new and interesting in the world of web development. He has a beard and will talk to you about beer and Star Wars, if you let him.

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