35 Best Computer Science Blogs and Websites
Computer Science Blogs
Here are 35 Best Computer Science Blogs you should follow in 2023
1. Computational Complexity Blog
Computational Complexity is a fun and popular computer science blog written by computational theorists Lance Fortnow and Bill Gasarch.
5.4K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
2. CACM Blog
New York, US
Communications of the ACM is the leading print and online publication for the computing and information technology fields. Read by computing's leading professionals worldwide, Communications is recognized as the most trusted and knowledgeable source of industry information for today's computing professionals.
8.6K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
3. Treehouse Blog
The blog covers a wide range of topics that are helpful to computer science students. Treehouse is a popular learning center for students who want to be experts in coding. Their mission is to diversify the tech industry through accessible education, unlocking the door to opportunity, and empowering people to achieve their dreams.
292.3K⋅ 139.2K ⋅7 posts / month Get Email Contact
4. John D. Cook Consulting Blog
Houston, Texas, US
The Endeavor gives readers a sense of how they might combine their programming skills with business, and/or use those skills to solve real-world problems. It is the popular computer science-themed blog of John Cook, a former math professor and programmer who has transitioned into consulting. He helps companies make better decisions by taking advantage of the data they have, combining it with expert opinion, creating mathematical models, overcoming computational difficulties, and interpreting the results.
Also in Math Blogs, Coding Blogs, Math Programming Blogs
48K ⋅7 posts / week Get Email Contact
5. MIT Technology Review
Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
MIT Technology Review is a digitally oriented independent media company whose analysis, features, reviews, interviews, and live events explain the commercial, social, and political impact of new technologies. MIT Technology Review readers are curious technology enthusiasts a global audience of business and thought leaders, innovators, early adopters, entrepreneurs, and investors. Every day, we provide an authoritative filter for the flood of information about technology.
1.5M⋅ 1.2M ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
6. RJ Lipton
A personal view of the theory of computation. Dick Lipton is a professor of computer science at Georgia Tech. He has worked in the area of theory of computation since 1973. Named for the famous letter in which mathematician Kurt Gödel was the first to state the P=NP question, Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP is a blog all about P=NP and other questions relating to the theory of computing.
1K ⋅4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
7. David Eppstein Blog
Anyone interested in computer science is sure to find Eppstein's posts both entertaining and informative. He writes on just about everything, always from a computer science perspective. This journal's name comes from interpreting his initials as the hexadecimal number 0xDE (decimal 222) and then converting the result to binary. He is a Chancellor's Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine, and an administrator on the English-language Wikipedia.
1 post / week Get Email Contact
8. Google AI Blog
Mountain View, California, US
Google AI is focused on bringing the benefits of AI to everyone. In conducting and applying our research, we advance the state-of-the-art in many domains.The latest news and updates directly from Google bring the benefits of AI to everyone.
Also in Artificial Intelligence Blogs, Google Blogs
1.9M ⋅3 posts / week ⋅ Feb 2006 Get Email Contact
9. Daniel Lemire
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Also in C++ Programming Blogs
14.5K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
10. Computer Science Teacher Blog
New Hampshire, US
Computer Science Teacher is the personal blog of educator Alfred Thompson. Thompson writes about all things related to teaching computer science as part of the K-12 curriculum, and posts include thoughts on coding problems, announcements of competitions, and interesting updates from computer and tech companies.
6.6K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
11. Towards Data Science
Sharing concepts, ideas and codes on data science. Towards Data Science Inc. is a corporation registered in Canada. It provides a platform for thousands of people to exchange ideas and to expand their understanding of data science.
Also in Data Science Blogs, Machine Learning Blogs, Data Engineering Blogs
3⋅ 186.1K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
A Computer Science portal for geeks. It contains well written, well thought and well explained computer science and programming articles, quizzes, and practice/competitive programming/company interview questions.
Also in Software Development Blogs, Algorithm Blogs, Developers Blogs
205.7K⋅ 52.6K⋅ 118.8K ⋅2 posts / day Get Email Contact
13. David Walsh
Madison, Wisconsin, US
88K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
14. Freedom to Tinker Blog
Princeton, New Jersey, US
A slew of brilliant contributors posts on all matters relating to digital technologies and computing. Freedom To Tinker is an active and popular blog hosted by Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy. It is a research center that studies digital technologies in public life.
2.1K⋅ 4.6K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
15. Jeremy Kun | Math Programming
San Francisco, California, US
My name is Jeremy Kun. I'm currently a software engineer at 21. co. I earned a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where my advisor was Lev Reyzin. This blog is a presentation of the interesting solutions I come across, and an exploration of the deeper mathematical ideas therein. Most often this means exploring the mathematical structure of a problem to lubricate the cogs of algorithm design.
5.2K⋅ 11.6K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
16. What's new
What's New is the work of Terence Tao, a mathematician whose work is frequently relevant for computer scientists and computational theorists. Updates on his research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other maths-related topics.
2 posts / month Get Email Contact
17. Knowing and Doing Blog
Reflections of an academic and computer scientist.
211 ⋅6 posts / month Get Email Contact
18. Combinatorics And More
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel
Combinatorics and More is the blog by Gil Kalai. Kalai continues to and has published hundreds of posts on topics ranging from applied mathematics and probability to computer science and optimization and everything in between. Gil Kalai is a mathematician working mainly on geometric combinatorics and the study of convex polytopes and related objects.
Also in Combinatorics Blogs
2.2K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
19. In Theory
San Francisco, California, US
Luca is a professor of computer science at Berkeley. He works in theoretical computer science and he lives in San Francisco. When he is out of town he can often be found in Hong Kong, New York, or Rome. In theory is about the food he likes to eat, the movies he likes to watch, and math and computer science theory.
1 post / month Get Email Contact
20. Windows On Theory Blog
The blog describes its purpose as a forum for exchanging ideas and debating topics of interest to the Theory of Computing. Although Windows on Theory was started by a group of theoretical computer science researchers at Microsoft Research Silicon Valley (MSR-SVC), the blog's list of authors now includes a slew of other theoretical researchers from around the country.
48 ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
21. Process Algebra Diary
Process Algebra Diary is the blog of Luca Aceto. It covers various papers and process reports about Process Algebra, plus some other fun stuff in Mathematics and Computer Science at large and on general issues related to research, teaching, and academic life.
135 ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
22. The Leisure of the Theory Class
The Leisure of the Theory of Class is a blog devoted to speculation and ruminations on all aspects of economic and game theory.
Also in Game Theory Blogs
1 post / quarter ⋅ Jun 2009 Get Email Contact
23. Scott Aaronson
I'm David J. Bruton Centennial Professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Austin and director of its Quantum Information Center. Prior to coming here, I taught for nine years in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. My research interests center around the capabilities and limits of quantum computers, and computational complexity theory more generally.
1 post / day Get Email Contact
24. Coding Horror
San Francisco, California, US
Coding Horror is the outlet of seasoned web application developer Jeff Atwood. The blog tackles all manner of software development and security topics, but it's Jeff's interest in the human component of development that makes the blog stand out.
Also in Web Development Blogs
284.4K Get Email Contact
25. Panos Ipeirotis Blog
New York, US
Random thoughts of a computer scientist who is working behind the enemy lines; and lately turned into a double agent.
4.5K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
26. Embedded in Academia
Embedded in Academia is the popular blog of John Regehr, a professor of computer science at University of Utah.
15.3K ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact
27. Computing Education Research Blog
Ann Arbor, Michigan, US
Computing Education Research is about how people come to understanding computing, and how we can facilitate that understanding. I am Mark Guzdial, a professor at the University of Michigan in Computer Science & Engineering, Engineering Education Research, and Information.
8.3K ⋅9 posts / year Get Email Contact
28. Brian Hayes Blog
Amherst, Massachusetts, US
An amateur's outlook on computation and mathematics.
1.1K ⋅3 posts / year Get Email Contact
29. Code Wall
Blog posts on CSS, HTML, DevWall, NodeJS, PHP, GraphQL and more. Get the latest tutorials and news for both Web Developers and Programmers alike. Code Wall was created to help, motivate and encourage code lovers. Whether your just beginning your journey or pretty experienced, you will find content that suits all tastes.
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30. Alan Winfield
Bristol, England, UK
Engineer, roboticist, and pro-feminist. Interested in robots as working models of life, evolution, intelligence, and culture.
8.2K ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
31. My Biased Coin Blog
Michael Mitzenmacher's take on computer science, algorithms, networking, information theory, and related items. He is a Professor of Computer Science at Harvard University.
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32. Adventures in Computation
He writes on just about everything, always from a computer science perspective. CS professor at Penn. Amazon Scholar at AWS. Author of The Ethical Algorithm (w/ Michael Kearns). I study machine learning, privacy, game theory, and fairness.
8.4K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
33. Turing's Invisible Hand Blog
Turing's Invisible Hand focuses on the field of Algorithmic Game Theory and Economics, broadly defined. It also covers related scientific topics such as the theory of computer science and artificial intelligence and publishes related tidbits about the world in general.
1 post / year ⋅ Mar 2009 Get Email Contact
34. Semantic Domain Blog
Semantic Domain is the computer science and programming blog of Neel Krishnaswami. Features Krishnaswami's thoughts on mathematics, computer science, and a few other niche topics.
2 posts / year Get Email Contact
35. Bits and Pieces
A blog by Gordon McKay. Gordon McKay is a professor of Computer Science at Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
5 posts / year Get Email Contact
Computer Science Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Team 1 - Programming||geeksforgeeks.org||65|
|Robert McKeon Aloe||towardsdatascience.com||63|
Computer Science Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Write It Up||307|
|Topic||Past Month Count|
Computer Science Blogs By Category
|Category||No. of Blogs|
|Natural Language Processing Blogs||19|