Hacker Noon is Now a Top 9,000 Site Globally

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Amazon’s Alexa’s ranks this tech blog as too legit to quit

Hacker Noon is Now a Top 9,000 Site Globally, source Alexa.com

By publishing the engineers, entrepreneurs, investors and writers who make the tech industry tick, we work to be a part of media’s role in driving innovation.

Hacker Noon, how hackers start their afternoons, now ranks 8,892th amongst all sites in the world, according to Alexa. This tech blog has 2,000+ contributing writers, 113,000+ subscribers, and averages 2,500,000+ monthly pageviews.

Hacker Noon is part of the @AMI family. It launched on the Medium blogging platform as “Hacker Daily” in January 2016, and migrated to HackerNoon.com in May 2016.

“We’ve built one of the best communities in the tech industry,” said David Smooke, CEO of AMI. “By publishing the engineers, entrepreneurs, investors and writers who make the tech industry tick, we work to be a part of media’s role in driving innovation. We will continue publishing the hackers who make the world a better place.”

Here are 58 of Hacker Noon’s most read posts:

“This is the “growth hack” that got my whole company started” by Breather Co-founder and CEO Julien Smith
“On the Rebound from Epic Failure” by Pepo CEO Jason Goldberg
“The Three Machines” by Foundry Group Managing Director Brad Feld
“How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016” by Web Engineer Jose Aguinaga
“5 Best JavaScript Frameworks in 2017” by DA-14 Marketing Manager Eugeniya Korotya
“6 Technology Trends That Aren’t AI, Blockchain or VR.” by Harper Jacobs Writer Seyi Fabode
“7 Best Android Hacking Apps on the Internet Ever” by Blogger Harsh Sharma
“A guide to giving your cats their annual performance review” by Google Senior Designer Thryn Shapira
“I spent all of my millions. This is what I learned” by Engineer and Psychologist Duncan Riach
“10 things I learned making the fastest site in the world” by Software Engineer David Gilbertson
“Starting a marketplace is hard. Scaling a marketplace is harder.” by Handy CEO Oisin Hanrahan
“12 Signs You’re Working in a Feature Factory” by Sr. Zendesk Product Manager John Cutler
“PSA: If you opened your PayPal account before you were 18, close it now.” by Web Developer Dan Walker
“A guide to giving your cats their annual performance review” by Sr. Google Designer Thryn Shapira
“So you think you know C?” by Software Engineer Oleksandr Kaleniuk
“Why the best product managers don’t build the features their users ask for.” by Freshdesk Marketing Manager Abhishek Madhavan
“The Age of Apple is Over” by Writer Austin Frank
“The MVP is dead. Long live the RAT.” by Skyscanner Senior Product Manager Rik Higham
“Education of a Programmer” by Terry Crowley
“The Company and Our Mission” by Drive E.V.
“This is what today’s popular websites look like on the 1st generation iPhone” by CrowdRiff Senior Account Executive Luc Luxton
“Apple’s Icons Have That Shape for a Very Good Reason” by Tradecraft Product Designer Mark Stanton
“You weren’t bad at maths — you just weren’t looking at it the right way” by Oxford Mathematician turned E ducator Junaid Mubeen
“The JavaScript phenomenon is a mass psychosis” by Smalltalk’s Richard Kenneth Eng
“25 Chrome Extensions, Apps, and Hacks to 2x Your Productivity” by UX/UI Designer Brian Tan
“This is what Apple should tell you when you lose your iPhone” by Wunder CEO Joonas Kiminki
“Welcome to Mastodon” by Mastodon Founder Eugen Rochko
“What Marissa Mayer Brought to Yahoo That Can’t Be Bought or Sold” by Flipagram Director of Community Jelena Woehr
“Why I Stopped Using Multiple Monitors” by Software Architect, Author, Speaker, & Consultant Cory House
“The Developer’s Edge: How To Become A Senior Developer” by Senior Software Developer Andrei Neagoie
“A list of artificial intelligence tools you can use today — for personal use” by Lyra CEO Liam Hänel
“The Death of the Monthly Salary” by Writer, Educationist & Entrepreneur Ritika Bajaj
“How to Build a Product Loved by Millions and Get Acquired by Google: The Firebase Story” by Founder Collective
“Simple React Development in 2017” by Maker of Things Joshua Comeau
“I used LAMP to make a SaaS with $3700/mo profit. Here’s how.” by Software Developer & Entrepreneur Alex Moskovski
“A Map To Modern JavaScript Development (2017)” by Software Developer Santiago de León
“Why JavaScript’s Async/Await Blows Promises Away (Tutorial)” by Software Engineer Mostafa Gaafar
“Modern Web Development” by Software Developer Mark Nutter
“How NOT to design Netflix in your 45-minute System Design Interview?” by Educative.io Co-founder Fahim ul Haq
“Entire F*cking City of Asheville Moving Out of North Carolina?” by Writer Jordan Stephens
“The Cost of Native Mobile App Development is Too Damn High!” by Software Consultant Nader Dabit
“Avoiding Accidental Complexity When Structuring Your App State” by Full Stack Developer Tal Kol
“100+ FREE Resources to Learn Full Stack Web Development” by Full Stack Web Developer Brandon Morelli
“The Decline of Stack Overflow” by R&D Software Engineer John Slegers
“Learning AI if You Suck at Math” by Author, Engineer and Serial Entrepreneur Daniel Jeffries
“How To Accept Over-Engineering For What It Really Is” by Developer Fagner Brack
“RESTful API design with Node.js” by BOOKVAR Software Engineer Adnan Rahić
“The Programmer’s Guide to Booking a Plane” by Hacker Zeke Gabrielse
“The FBI Is Either Incompetent or Corrupt in dealing with Hillary’s Emails. Here Is The Truth.” by John McAfee
“Deep Learning Cheat Sheet” by Red Ventures Software Engineer Camron Godbout
“I Made Myself a Smart Mirror” by College Student Brian Singh
“Offline App Architecture: how to build for the next billion” by Android Craftsman Arun Sasidharan
“A History and Future of the Rise of the Robots” by Stanford Organizational Sociologist R. David Dixon Jr.
“Your team doesn’t work for you. You work for them.” by Helpful CTO Farhan Thawar
“Yes, Python is Slow, and I Don’t Care” by DevOps Engineer Nick Humrich
“Unexpected learnings from the CIA leak” by LinkedIn Software Engineer Joan Gamell
“Stop reading. Start coding. Share your knowledge.” by Developer & Writer Owen Far
“58% of high-performance employees say they need more quiet work spaces” by Formula Partners William Belk

About Hacker Noon

Hacker Noon is how hackers start their afternoon. This tech blog has 2,000+ contributing writers, 113,000+ subscribers, and averages 2,500,000+ monthly pageviews. Contribute to Hacker Noon today.

About AMI

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