I've created a system that crawls 100s of engineering blogs and picks out 8-12 posts good links every day. I then tag and publish them.
You may find publications you like by going through the archive!
It's a bunch of small / medium sized scripts I've tied together to run the system - I don't think open sourcing it would make sense. Unless of course I spend a bunch of time documenting and structuring the code. Time I unfortunately don't have right now :(
But perhaps in the next couple of months!
May I suggest a feature: Clickable tags. That way one could find all related articles you've found.
That's what's left from a similar site to yours
For now you can just mail me via the "contact" link.
Coding Horror - blog.codinghorror.com
Schneier on Security - https://www.schneier.com/blog/
Things of Interest - qntm.org
In Pursuit of Laziness - manishearth.github.io
Still Drinking - stilldrinking.org
Shallow Thoughts - http://shallowsky.com/blog/
Captain Nemo - https://captnemo.in/archive.html
here's a copy+pastable list:
* how Google Chrome's auto-update technology works 
* which GUI technology to pick if you find Electron too slow 
* a video of the release process of my app , using the fabulous `desk` tool 
Haskell for all- http://www.haskellforall.com/
Bryan O'Sullivan's blog- http://www.serpentine.com/blog/
Monday Morning Haskell- https://mmhaskell.com/
Jane Street- https://blog.janestreet.com/
Haskell Weekly- https://haskellweekly.news/
Neil Mitchell's Haskell Blog-http://neilmitchell.blogspot.tw/
Types & Functional Programming- http://bitemyapp.com/
Haoyi's Programming Blog- http://www.lihaoyi.com/post/WhatsFunctionalProgrammingAllAbo...
Nick Craver (lots of StackOverflow / StackExchange stuff): https://nickcraver.com/blog/
Coding Horror: https://blog.codinghorror.com/
Troy Hunt: https://www.troyhunt.com/
Steve Yegge: https://steve-yegge.blogspot.com/
http://nullprogram.com/ makes C look fun
Always impresses me with the depth put into each post. Great blog for a Cocoa developer to follow.
Have a look and check it out. Focus is on development & software engineering as well as remote work and work-life balance.
Full disclosure - I'm maker of CybrHome.
Andy Wingo's texts about compilers and optimisation. Very nice, especially if you like scheme.
This is less of a dev blog, though, and more of a research paper blog.
It's less of "blog" now, but older entries are a breadcrumb trail of the day-to-day grind of an indie Windows developer.
We share technical posts about mobile development, about scaling our backend and database systems and our experience using Go. On the other end of the spectrum we also write a lot about building a bootstrapped lifestyle business without any external investment.
I don't have a lot of free time lately but have a few more features queued up, the biggest being automatic topic tagging of articles. Soon!
Investor interviews and sales & markting Q&As
Being an older developer (please don't crucify me he's old compared to people I've worked with), his insight is really interesting to me.
I also use Stacknews to follow tools that interest me. This site aggregates articles and I can read them inline. It's like RSS on steroids.