Tom Rankin looks at how you can get developer experience and give back to the community by contributing to the WordPress platform, looking at three ways to get involved: through the official Codex page, the Core Contributor Handbook, and the Make WordPress site.
Tag: Open Source
Top development tools compiled by StackShare. This month: SQL meets desktop, terminal sharing and HTML embedded functionality!
Kyle Prinsloo discusses the mindset, knowledge and skills required to stand out from the crowd and make a success of your web development career.
Email marketing has been exploding in popularity. You might have heard of the likes of MailChimp and Emma advertising the use of their services to send a whole bunch of messages for prospects and profit.
The history of the Groovy programming language including technical features and aspects of its governance and community that have made it successful.
Kristi Progri presents Nextcloud, an open-source, self-hosted alternative to file sharing services like Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive.
Cal Evans, the godfather of the PHP community, discusses the cost of using open source projects, and what you need to do to pay it.
Joshua Kraus explores five ways that companies benefit from contributing to open source.
Christian Heilmann and Rita Zhang look at the benefits of releasing your code as an open source project, as well as the pitfalls to avoid.
The Java Community Process (JCP) governs Java's future. Simon Ritter explains it and how the EC, EGs, JSRs, JEPs, the JSPA, FoU, RI, and TCK/JCK interact.
What does open source mean to you? James Hibbard attempts to answer this question in the run up to SitePoint's open source week.
Jonathan introduces Cocycles, a new code search engine that can read code and search open-source code snippets by functionality.
In the first emerging tech edition of Sourcehunt, we look at open source projects on virtual reality, augmented reality and the Internet of Things!
April's Sourcehunt brings two Open Source goliaths. How would you like to add Fedora and/or Mozilla to your design portfolio?
Chris Ward looks at the Swift Package Manager, an early-days dependency management utility for Swift.
Katrina Owen, creator of exercism.io, shows you how to contribute to the code lessons on exercism to grow both the site and your own skills.
Thomas dives back into contributing to PHP's core - after covering documentation fixes last time, this time he fixes an actual bug in PHP. Learn how!
Contributing to PHP isn't nearly as difficult as it seems. In this post, Thomas shows you how to add patches to the online documentation for PHP!
Emilia Hansen of Yalantis talks about the company's experience using GitHub as a marketing tool.
Chris Ward loves Swift, and in this article looks at it's past, present and future to see what's possible and what's coming.
Bruno goes through the entire process of contributing to an open source project - from contact with the author to sending PRs. Come see how it works!
Elio is back with another selection of great open source projects that are crying out for a touch of design love. Can you be their saviour?
Sometimes the most wonderful creations die for want of a tiny bit of design love. Maybe you can make the difference?
Microsoft's David Catuhe shares some hints on successfully managing an open source project.
Tanay Pant introduces ProtonMail, a free, web-based, encrypted email service based in Switzerland.
Thomas Gorissen explains why the ASEAN community should adapt the Web's values of participation, collaboration and exchange.
Elio Qoshi looks at a range of open-source licenses and how to go about choosing one, such as MIT, Apache and GNU.
Powerpoint and Keynote are powerful, but also a deadend for your data. Chris shows-off the growing power and flexibility of open source presentation tools.