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Adam Roberts, Mar 26

Learn Better and Show Off Easier, Thanks to Bluehost and SitePoint Premium

Adam Roberts outlines a great new deal from Bluehost and SitePoint Premium. Sign up for Bluehost's Starter plan for $3.50/month and get a year's free SitePoint Premium access.
Design & UX
Massimo Cassandro, Mar 23

Using Forms in Email: Method or Madness?

Email is an old technology that seems to be outgrowing it's plain text roots. But is it time for web forms in email?
Web
Jasmine Elias, Mar 20

On Our Radar: Getting Started, Clean Code and the Next Wikipedia

Community Manager Jasmine surfaces the best discussions from our forums, including a look at keeping code clean, and an inside look at the next Wikipedia
Web
Jasmine Elias, Mar 15

On Our Radar: Linting, Shelf-life, Sass and CSS3

Community manager Jasmine Elias takes a look at the pressing issues in our forums including Javascript Linting, digital shelf-life and legacy, Sass and CSS3
Web
Jasmine Elias, Mar 06

On Our Radar: Burnout, Picky Browsers and Is Sitting Deadly?

Community manager Jasmine Elias takes a look at the pressing issues in our forums, including burnout, sitting vs standing, and picky browsers.
Web
Shaumik Daityari, Mar 06

Google Summer of Code in 10 Minutes: A Crash Course

Shaumik takes a look at how to get ahead in Google's annual Summer of Code event.
Web
Erica Wass, Feb 22

Meet SitePoint’s New Editorial & Educational Advisory Board

Erica introduces a new initiative: A SitePoint and Learnable advisory board, made up of top designers and developers in the community.
HTML & CSS
Una Kravets, Feb 19

On Code and Community

Una Kravets discusses the benefits of creating a community around open source software like Sass.
Web
Ophelie Lechat, Feb 08

SitePoint's 2015 Survey: The Results

What were the most-requested topics on SitePoint this year? Find out in our survey results.
Web
Paul Wilkins, Jan 30

On Our Radar This Week: Bees with Machine Guns

Paul Wilkins with On Our Radar, our weekly round-up of news, trends and other cool stuff from the world of web development.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jan 28

When Bad Software Kills

Writing software can seem cool and abstracted until you realise the impact your code can have. Therac-25 was a tragic example of how bad code hurts people.
Web
Alex Walker, Jan 09

Tarantino, Newspapers and Antisocial Behavior

While technological brings inevitable negatives, sometimes we're too quick to romanticize the times 'before tech made us antisocial'.
Web
Ophelie Lechat, Jan 07

[Closed] Fill Out Our 2015 Survey, Enter to Win an iPad Air!

Enter our 2015 survey and help us tailor our content to your interests. You could also win an iPad Air!
Design & UX
Ada Ivanoff, Jan 07

3 Painfully Public Site Redesign Disasters

While it's easy to snicker at big site redesign disasters, the most useful thing is to try to figure out where it all went wrong -- and why.
Web
Tom Trumble, Dec 04

Get Penguinning and Win an Annual Learnable Membership!

Win 1 of 5 Annual Learnable Memberships by creating a penguin-related meme! Penguin puns are welcome, waddle you come up with? #penguinning
Web
Ophelie Lechat, Dec 02

Get Two Years of Learnable and Help The Penguin Foundation

The SitePoint team loves innovative solutions to real-world problems. That's why we were so impressed by the Penguin Foundation's idea of using magnets to clean toxic oil from bird feathers — it's an elegant use of technology, replacing manual scrubbing with grease-cutting detergent, and it can save thousands of birds in the event of a tragic oil spill. We're not the only ones to be won over by this story: The project was a finalist in Google's Impact Challenge Australia. We're thrilled to partner with the Penguin Foundation to kick off our annual SitePoint Christmas Sale. We're offering an exclusive two-year membership to Learnable, our learning platform, for $144 — and we'll be making a donation to the Penguin Foundation that includes $75 for each two-year membership purchase. A two-year Learnable membership gives you access (and unlimited downloads!) to all SitePoint books and Learnable course, including Russ Weakley's CSS Troubleshooting, our brand-new edition of Darren Jones's JavaScript: Novice to Ninja, and our five-star-reviewed Introduction to JQuery, taught by Sachin Bhatnagar. We have already raised over $10,000 for the Penguin Foundation. If you'd like to help us take that even further, click here to buy your two-year Learnable membership!
Web
Sarah Hawk, Dec 01

Farewell Disqus, Hello Discourse

SitePoint is moving its commenting system to Discourse. Community manager Sarah Hawk explains how, and why combining two communities is a win for all
Web
Nick Coad, Dec 01

Life as a Sole Web Developer

Nick Coad offers advice for web developers working on their own in a larger company, among people who often don't understand their world.
2 COMMENTs
Web
Kyle Vermeulen, Nov 27

Have a Free Weekend of Learnable, On Us

This Thanksgiving weekend we've opened up our learning platform Learnable to everyone! Check it out and get learning!
6 COMMENTs
Web
Craig Buckler, Nov 05

HTML5 and the W3C Recommendation Ruckus

The HTML5 Specification has become a W3C Recommendation. Despite the media attention, Craig discusses why it'll have little impact on web development.
28 COMMENTs
Web
Adam Roberts, Oct 16

Share Your Christmas Wishes and Win!

Let us know what you'd like for Christmas and go into the draw to win a free year at Learnable, our learning platform.
1 COMMENT
Web
Simon Mackie, Oct 07

Making the Most of Collaborative Editing with “Live Update”

SitePoint and Learnable are writing a new edition of the bestselling book, "HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World", and we're asking for your help, via GitHub.
3 COMMENTs
Web
Adam Roberts, Oct 01

Giveaway: Join Us at FutureStack14!

The second annual FutureStack conference is happening on October 8 and 9 in San Francisco, and we'd love to see you there!
9 COMMENTs
Web
Matthew Setter, Sep 22

6 Real-World Networking Tips for Developers

Online networking can only take you so far, sometimes you need to press the flesh in person. Matthew Setter has some advice for devs wanting to network IRL.