The blogs noted here are alive and active. I like these as they’re written by people who are actually writing code, building things, and solving problems. They provide code examples, as well as practical insight. I give a brief synopsis of the activity, and if the author also provides information on working with MarkLogic, I note that as well. Finally, if the author is active on twitter, you can click their name to follow.
The following are all awesome and listed in no particular order.
- alex bleasdale / Developer Notes
Self-described as notes on XML and Web Development, he’s been on a MarkLogic and XQuery tear lately. Lots of useful information here.
- norman walsh / blog
- rob whitby / XQuery Hacker
- matt turner / Discovering XQuery
Irregular posting, but when published, they’re always good. The blog archive provides many useful tutorials for working with XQuery as well as MarkLogic Server.
- kit wallace / blog
A person who sees solutions written in other languages, asks himself “how would I do that in XQuery”, figures it out, and shares the code. Useful, fun, and frequent posts on XQuery , XSLT, XProc and more.
- jeni tennison / Musings
Excellent posts on XQuery, XML, RDF, and Linked Data published on a regular basis.
- miguel de melo / blog
- mattio valentino /Rendition Protocol
Alright, that’s it for now. If you know of others who share XQuery code, experience and/or information on working with MarkLogic Server on a regular basis, I’d really like to know about them. Please let me know who they are so I can check them out and maybe add them to the list.