Jasmine Elias, Jun 04
Show us your books, #UpgradeMyLibrary
Web developers, the hottest and easiest competition is on. Share a photo of your old programming books to win a set of modern books.
Jasmine Elias, May 29
On Our Radar: June Competition, Titles, Tables and Robots
It's competition time! Post in the forums in June and you can win a whole bunch of swag.
Rey Bango, May 28
Measuring Success in Developer Relations
Microsoft's Rey Bango explains how to win the hearts and minds of developers.
Jasmine Elias, May 25
On Our Radar: Responsive Images Are Trolling Us All
Jasmine Elias, May 16
On Our Radar: Image height/width and The Internet of Things
Jasmine Elias, May 09
On Our Radar: Pair Programming, The Cloud, a UI for Your Nose
SitePoint community head Jasmine Elias shows off the best of the SitePoint forums for the week, including a look at nasal interfaces.
Jasmine Elias, May 03
On Our Radar: Exclusive Emails, PHP Digital Waste and Ipsums
Community Manager Jasmine Elias talks about exclusive emails, PHP frenzy, digital waste and ipsums.
Ophelie Lechat, Apr 28
May is Pair Learning Month on Learnable
May is Pair Learning Month on SitePoint: spend the next 30 days learning new skills with a friend.
Jasmine Elias, Apr 26
On Our Radar: Creativity, Mapping PHP and Color Keyboards
Jasmine Elias, Apr 17
On Our Radar: Teaching and Learning from Web Devs
Craig Buckler, Apr 15
The 2015 Stack Overflow Developer Survey
Are you a self-taught developer under 30 using Notepad++ to write full-stack code? According to Stack Overflow, you probably are. Craig analyses the 2015 developer survey.
Jasmine Elias, Apr 10
On Our Radar: highlight.js, linux and pranks
Community Manager Jasmine Elias covers the latest on SitePoint Forums in "On Our Radar". The week with highlight.js, linux, form functions and PHP7.
Jasmine Elias, Mar 27
On Our Radar: Q&A, Experiments and the End of Browsers
Community manager Jasmine Elias takes a look at the pressing issues in our forums including JS, .NET, Microsoft, pair programming, browsers, mobile dev.
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?
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
Jasmine Elias, Mar 15
On Our Radar: Linting, Shelf-life, Sass and CSS3
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.