We continuouesly strive to improve e-conomic not just as a product and the code behind it, but also the developers that make the code. We do this in many different ways, but one of the ways is to follow other blogs on both what is happening in the bookkeeping business and what is happening in the technical realm.
One of the blogs that I read the most is Coding Horror. Jeff Atwood, the blogger responsible for Coding Horror, manages to serve a very good mix of accurate observations about code and how to make good code with funny observations on what it means to be developer.
So if you are a developer wanting to improve yourself or just want to know how developers think then I can highly recommend reading the Coding Horror blog regularly.