Badge Generator

theMage: is an open source site, managed with open collective financing, to generate badges for github.

Honeycomb - the observability system

theMage: Honyecomb is an amazing observability tool, that is developed to allow developers to log all the information they can possible need to be able to better debug their distributed systems later.

Erik Bernhardsson's blog

theMage: Blog of Erik Bernhardsson, who managed the tech team (300+ people) at, the analytics and the machine learning teams at spotify and was one of the main developers of several big open source projects.


Job Seeker: LinkUp adds up-to-date job listings in dozens of fields including education, finance, healthcare, law, marketing, and tech. The site is free to use, and job seekers can browse through all opportunities without signing up for an account.

Brad Lhotsky' blog

theMage: Edge of sanity is the blood of Brad Lhotsky, a developer.


Podcasts Fan: Swedish podcast about military history, war and technology. Hosted by Niclas Sennerteg and Robert Lindberg (Language: Swedish)

10x Management

Job Seeker: This site is pretty broad in their “tech” allowances, and looks for all sorts of freelancers, from developers to cybersecurity gurus. This is a great place to start if you have a niche tech specialty, or you have an interest and want to see the possibilities.

Neil on Software

theMage: Blog that focus mostly on the managerial part of software development.

Green vs Brown programming languages

theMage: Small blog post attending to present a solution why some programming languages are more loved it hated than others.

TechCrunch Disrupt SF

Event Horizon: TechCrunch Disrupt SF continues to uphold its reputation as one of the top startup conferences of the year. Attendees will hear presentations and advice from Silicon Valley's most iconic founders, investors and leaders. Of course, the famous Startup Battlefield pitch competition adds a level of competition to an already exciting conference.

History of graphical user interfaces

theMage: This thread on Twitter goes through some of the major changes on graphical user interfaces since their beginning.

Open source guides

theMage: Guides to help people start on the track of being an open source developer or otherwise contribute to open source projects.