Andrew McDermott, Aug 25
4 Signs Your Employer Will Ruin Your Career
Andrew McDermott explores the qualities of difficult employers, and how to avoid them and protect your employment opportunities.
Kayla Matthews, Aug 24
10 Ways to Keep Your Programming Skills Sharp Between Jobs
Kayla Matthews suggests ways to keep in touch with programming and advance your skills even when you're not employed.
Adrian Try, Aug 23
The Best Markdown Editor for Linux
Adrian Try covers a selection of the best Markdown editors for Linux, with tips on how to choose the best one for you.
Lucero del Alba, Aug 22
A Comparison of Shared and Cloud Hosting, and How to Choose
Lucero del Alba explains the differences between shared and cloud hosting, with practical tips on how to decide which is the best option for you.
Mike Citarella, Aug 21
A Developer's Guide to Managing Email Accounts
Mike Citarella looks at the best ways to organize your email accounts and to prevent spam, offering up his own preferred solution in Bulc Club.
HTML & CSS
Ivaylo Gerchev, Aug 15
How to Create Beautiful HTML & CSS Presentations with WebSlides
Ivaylo Gerchev guides you step by step as you create a beautiful HTML and CSS web presentation using WebSlides, a fantastic framework for this kind of task.
Nick Janetakis, Aug 10
Securing Your Website with HTTPS Is More Important than Ever
Nick Janetakis shows you how to secure your website with HTTPS and Let's Encrypt in under three hours.
Andrew McDermott, Aug 09
3 Unexpected Signals Employers Send Before They Fire You
Andrew McDermott provides pointers on how to tell you're about to be fired, and tips on what you can do about it.
Ben Schwarz, Jul 28
Building a Better Web with Automated Testing on Real Devices
Ben Schwarz argues the case for making the web fast for everyone with automated web app testing on real devices.
Zack Wallace, Jul 27
The Best Markdown Editor for Windows
Zack Wallace puts a collection of Windows Markdown editors through their paces, and comes away with a winner.
Design & UX
James George, Jul 26
7 Super-Useful Chrome Extensions for Designers in 2017
James George lets us in on his 7 most-favorite Chrome extensions for designers, including a new design app called Gravit that works solely in the browser!
Chris Erwin, Jul 26
Off With Your Head! Build Better Web Apps with a Headless CMS
Chris Erwin shows how to build a simple web app using Elemeno, a headless CMS, and a typical Node.js development stack.
Adrian Try, Jul 25
The Best Markdown Editors for Mac
Adrian Try covers a selection of the best Markdown editors for Mac, to help you choose which is the best for you.
John Sonmez, Jul 19
The Software Developer's Guide to Salary Negotiation
John Sonmez guides software developers on how to ensure the best possible deal from salary negotiations.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Jul 13
7 of the Best Code Playgrounds
Craig Buckler lists 7 code playgrounds to experiment with your front-end code. Every developer likes to play with code, which one is your favorite?
Ralph Mason, Jul 13
Grab Our Free Printable Markdown Cheat Sheet
Authors writing for publications are more and more expected to submit their writing in Markdown format, so it pays to be familiar with this simple syntax.
Design & UX
Daniel Schwarz, Jul 13
Punctuation & Grammar: Bridging the Gap Between UX and Copywriting
Daniel Schwarz discusses UX writing, why it's important for designers to be excellent writers, and how punctuation can make copy look and sound appealing.
Jacco Blankenspoor, Jul 10
How to Create a Portfolio Site That Will Get You Hired
In today’s market competition is fierce, which means you need to stand out. Here's a guide to building a portfolio site that will get people's attention.
Ralph Mason, Jul 07
Grab Our Free Printable Docker Cheat Sheet
Grab SitePoint's free Docker cheat sheet, which gathers all the commands you’re most likely to need in your Docker workflow.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Jul 06
6 Clever SVG Pattern Generators for Your Next Design
Though SVG Patterns aren't super widely understood, they offer a lot of really interesting design options – once you get your head around them.
James Kolce, Jul 05
KeystoneJS: The Best Node.js Alternative to WordPress
KeystoneJS is a content management system and framework for Node.js. James Kolce takes a look at its main features and asks if it's a WordPress alternative.
Abhimanyu Godara, Jul 04
Chat Bots and the Future of Web Development
Frameworks, NLP and conversational UX will be key in the paradigm shift towards AI, messaging and chatbots. What can developers and designers do to keep up?
Jeff Smith, Jul 04
Why Net Neutrality Matters to Web Professionals
Have you heard of net neutrality? Do you know why it should matter to you, not only as a web citizen and consumer, but also as a web professional?
Craig Buckler, Jul 03