M. David Green, May 30
WordPress Development, Freelancing, and Taking Time Off, with Lara Schenck
In this episode of the Versioning Show, David and Tim are joined by Lara Schenck, a freelance web consultant and educator.
Jeff Smith, May 30
How to Use Sequel Pro to Manage MySQL Databases on macOS
Looking for a way to manage MySQL databases securely from your Mac? Take a look at this guide to DB management with Sequel Pro.
Craig Buckler, May 30
The Web's Most Annoying Dark Patterns
Does the web delight or displease you? Craig lists his least favourite UI and marketing dark patterns. Have you developed on the dark side?
Camilo Reyes, May 30
Common Pitfalls Implementing ASP.NET Core Apps
Camilo Reyes takes a stroll through upgrading ASP.NET classic apps to ASP.NET Core.
Jeff Smith, May 25
The Myth of "Unlimited Everything" Hosting Plans
Unlimited Everything in hosting is a myth. Take a look, as we go over the things to look for in hosts who claim to offer unlimited resources to customers.
Craig Buckler, May 25
Does Your Web Host Pass These 7 Tests?
Comparing web hosts and hosting services is difficult. Craig discusses the features and issues you should consider before committing your money.
Patrick Catanzariti, May 23
How to Connect Your Api.ai Assistant to the IoT
Patrick Catanzariti explores how to connect an Api.ai assistant to Jawbone Up's API via a Node.js server as an example of IoT connectivity.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, May 23
New Podcast: #Ep1 - Designing for Scale: Inside Atlassian’s Design Teams
True North Design Podcast: Ben Newton talks to the Atlassian Design Team about how design – and the teams behind it – can successfully scale.
Patrick Catanzariti, May 22
How to Build Your Own AI Assistant Using Api.ai
Patrick Catanzariti looks at how to build a smart personal assistant using Api.ai's artificial intelligence and natural processing SDKs.
Larry Alton, May 17
4 Wearable Predictions You Should Know About
M. David Green, May 16
CSS Animation, Prototyping Tools, and Sources of Inspiration, with Donovan Hutchinson
In this episode of the Versioning Show, Tim and David are joined by Donovan Hutchinson, a developer, teacher and proprietor of CSSanimation.rocks.
HTML & CSS
Asha Laxmi, May 16
A Walkthrough of CSS Length Units You Can Use for Font Size
Asha Laxmi walks you through the CSS length units you have at your disposal to size fonts like a pro: from pixels to ems, rems, viewport units and more.
Craig Buckler, May 11
Your Domain Name: Do You www or Not?
Your primary website domain can be served on an address without the 'www' so is it necessary? Craig discusses the pros, cons and technical solutions.
Maria Antonietta Perna, May 04
Three Ways of Decreasing SVG File Size with SVGO
Maria Antonietta Perna discusses three ways in which you can use SVGO to optimize SVG graphics to be used on your website.
Maria Antonietta Perna, May 04
Tackling Render Blocking CSS for a Fast Rendering Website
Maria Antonietta Perna discusses CSS as being on the critical rendering path and points out a few solutions you can try out in your development work.
Jeff Smith, May 04
Using DeployHQ to Automate Your Deployments
Tired of deploying changes to your sites by copying files manually from your repositories? Learn how to automate deployment from Git with DeployHQ.
Maria Antonietta Perna, May 03
Lightning Fast Websites with Prefetching
Maria Antonietta Perna highlights the advantages and a few downsides of prefetching resources to speed up website performance and improve user experience.
Adrian Try, May 03
How to Choose, Register and Make the Most of Your Domain Name
Every website needs a good domain name. In this article, Adrian Try takes you through the basics of choosing, registering, and making the most of yours.
Jeff Smith, May 03
Why Every Website Needs HTTPS
Every website needs encryption. Read about the benefits that HTTPS offers to you and to your site's visitors, and then get started today!
M. David Green, May 02
Three Keys to Being a Productive Software Engineer
In this one-on-one episode of the Versioning Show, David and Tim look at what it means to be a productive software engineer.
Design & UX
David Attard, Apr 27
6 Tools to Stop Your Devs and Designers Strangling Each Other
Having the best developers and designers on the planet is no good if they aren't on the same page. David has the tools to help you fit them together.
Paddy Sherry, Apr 25
How to Land a Development Job Without Experience
Paddy provides tips for landing your first development job when you're fresh out of a technical degree but lack commercial development experience.
Maria Antonietta Perna, Apr 25
Optimizing Web Fonts for Performance: the State of the Art
Maria Antonietta Perna digs into performance issues when loading custom web fonts. She discusses file size and FOIT and shows some cutting-edge solutions.
Craig Buckler, Apr 21
Shared Server Hosting: the Pros and Cons
The range of hosting options has become bewilderingly complex. Craig discusses the advantages and disadvantages of choosing a shared server option.