I've launched The whale for several reasons:
I began my career in the world wide web as front-end developer then over the missions I became back-end developer and finally freelance web designer.
Today, I work part-time for several customers in the public area and develop web application. I spend the rest of the week thinking about new project and building side project like Confdays or The whale.
I'm a web workers since 1994. At that time I spent my time chatting on IRC, Netscape was my main browser and I was proud to have a Caramail email address.
But things has changed since that time! Internet has grown exponentially and the amount of information and technology available has become impressive.
But don't panic, The whale is here to help ;-)
For any feedback, please contact me at email@example.com
You can follow The whale on different supports. Receive my list of links in your mailbox by subscribing to my newsletter, read the last issues in your favorite rss reader or follow The whale on the social networks like Twitter and Mastodon.
The whale is a list of links curated by myself and published on different supports. This list is dedicated to web developers who need to be up to date with what happen on the web and are curious to discover new tools and resources to try on their next project. The whale highlights tools, resources, articles, formations, jobs and web conferences.
Oh! and last but not least, despite the similarity of the logo, The whale has nothing to do with Docker container or Twitter.
The whale is a daily curated link publication.