Ricky Onsman is a freelance web designer, developer, editor and writer. With a background in information and content services, he built his first website in 1994 for a disability information service and has been messing about on the Web ever since.
Get the Gift You Really Want for Christmas
Our famous end-of-year sale is still going strong but only has a few days left, so now is the time to ensure you get the gift you REALLy want for Xmas.
This happens right in the middle of the SitePoint Christmas Sale? Oh, we have to do something about that. How about … ?
Windows Phone 8 Camp: Live Streaming
Can’t make it to Mountain View, California for today’s Windows Phone 8 Camp? Never fear! We have live streaming video of the whole event.
Windows Phone 8 Camp Streamed Live
Windows Phone Camps are a great way for developers to get hands-on with best practice, and SitePoint’s live stream on Friday is the next best thing to being there.
Christmas Sale: Freelancing Freedom
It’s Day 6 of the Annual SitePoint Christmas Sale, and today’s bargains are focused on helping freelancers build, grow and enhance their business models. Would you like an 80% discount with that?
The SitePoint Christmas Sale is ON!
Woo-hoo! The SitePoint Christmas Sale is under way: take a look at the 2012 Best-Sellers Bliss Ultimate Bundle on offer for Day One.
The SitePoint Christmas Sale is a’coming!
Anyone who delved into the SitePoint Christmas Sale last year knows it is a fantastic way to pick up extraordinary bargains. Be ready for MASSIVE Freebie Day.
The Got Rule and the Thing Rule
Like many organisations focused on publishing content, SitePoint maintains a Style Guide: a set of instructions and guidelines all SitePoint authors and editors follow.
New Kicks and Tricks: jQuery Mobile (book excerpt)
If you haven’t yet downloaded the free sample chapter of Earle Castledine and Craig Sharkie’s latest magnum opus for SitePoint, jQuery: Novice to Ninja, 2nd edition – New Kicks and Tricks, it’s high time you did. Or … just read on.
Microsoft HTML5 Web Camp Videos Now Online
If you missed November’s live streaming of the Microsoft HTML5 Web Camp held in Mountain View, California, we can now provide recorded video of the sessions.