SitePoint Offers, Nov 18
Win Round The World Trip, Q&A With Tim Ferriss And More worth $4,746!
Best-selling author and self-hack guru Tim Ferriss knows how to plan an amazing trip around the world. He also knows how to keep his luggage under 10 pounds.
Tanay Pant, Nov 17
Sending Secure, Encrypted Email with ProtonMail
Tanay Pant introduces ProtonMail, a free, web-based, encrypted email service based in Switzerland.
SitePoint Offers, Nov 17
Early Black Friday: Additional 10% Off Perfect Shots With Lytro Camera
Lytro is the only consumer camera to capture the entire light field, recording 11 million light rays in each scene. The result is a living picture you can adjust after taking it, changing the perspective, refocusing, and viewing in 3D. You'll get the perfect photo every time,
SitePoint Offers, Nov 16
Get Online Anonymously With 2 Years Of Private Internet Access VPN
The secret to keeping your personal information safe when you're online—whether you're logging on halfway around the world or just halfway down the block—is using a VPN service. Private Internet Access VPN is one of the best ones out there
Elio Qoshi, Nov 13
SitePoint Ambassador of the Month: November 2015
Elio Qoshi congratulates Marc Towler, SitePoint's first ever Ambassador of the Month.
Chris Ward, Nov 11
Simple, Clutter-free Programming with Go
Chris Ward introduces Go (aka GoLang), covering the features of this statically typed, compiled language, as well as resources for further learning.
Craig Buckler, Nov 10
Why Passwordless Authentication Works
Craig's recent experiences with passwordless authentication have been overwhelmingly positive. Could your application and users enjoy the same benefits?
Tim Evko, Nov 10
The 12-Factor Apps Methodology: Implement It in Your Own Apps with AppFog
Tim Evko outlines the 12-Factor Apps methodology and explains how to put it into practice in your apps.
Joseph Lowery, Nov 09
Watch: PHP Dependencies Made Easy with Composer
In this screencast, Joe Lowery will show you how to get up and running with Composer and its companion service, Packagist and become a more efficient coder.
Zack Wallace, Nov 06
Best Free and Cheap Website Options for Small Businesses
Zack Wallace presents ways for non-technical people to establish a presence online, from social sites to free websites and ecommerce options.
Thomas Gorissen, Nov 05
Why Southeast Asia Should Embrace the Open Source Movement
Thomas Gorissen explains why the ASEAN community should adapt the Web's values of participation, collaboration and exchange.
Craig Buckler, Nov 03
Browser Trends November 2015: the Chrome Clinch
You may distrust Google or detest Chrome but they've implemented a successful lock-in policy which makes it difficult to switch to another browser.
Zack Wallace, Oct 30
13 Tips on Designing and Building Apps More Efficiently
Zack Wallace shares 13 tips that will help you design and build apps more efficiently.
SitePoint Offers, Oct 29
Growth Hacking Made Easy with Exclusive SumoMe Offer
SitePoint and SumoMe have an exclusive offer for SitePoint readers: 6 months of the SumoMe Starter Pack, valued at $60, for free
Aaron Agius, Oct 29
5 Strategies for Optimizing Advertising Infrastructure
Aaron Agius provides five proven and successful strategies for optimizing your advertising infrastructure.
Corey Martin, Oct 28
Stripe vs Braintree: the Ultimate Guide
Corey Martin compares Stripe and Braintree, two online API-driven systems for collecting payments on the web.
Lukas White, Oct 27
Getting Started with Web Application Monitoring
Lukas White provides an introduction to the art and science of web app monitoring, and explains how Monitis can help you monitor smarter.
Craig Buckler, Oct 27
12 of the Scariest Developer Fears at Halloween
As Halloween descends, Craig reveals the nightmares which keep programmers awake and the hidden fears we all deny.
Web Dev @ Microsoft
David Voyles, Oct 27
A Microsoft Evangelist's Favorite Chrome Extensions
Microsoft's David Voyles outlines his list of favorite Chrome extensions, including The Great Suspender, Pocket and Feedly.
Design & UX
Alex Walker, Oct 27
Can You Use Photoshop to Tell a Story?
Sometimes you can create something new by taking away. Here are 2 great examples where a new story is created by photoshopping out parts of the original.
Lexy Mayko, Oct 23
HTTP/2: the Pros, the Cons, and What You Need to Know
Lexy Mayko introduces HTTP/2 and what it offers, including multiplexing, server push, header compression and binary format.
Demir Selmanovic, Oct 22
The Vital Guide to Interviewing Web Developers
Here's the vital guide to working out a developer's knowledge of web development, including client-side, server-side, transport, and database related topics.
Phil Smith, Oct 21
Building Lightning-fast, Extensible Websites with Perch CMS
Phil Smith introduces Perch, a lightning-fast, extensible, easy-to-use CMS that's perfect for projects small and large, scaling easily via Perch Runway.
Web Dev @ Microsoft
Josh Rennert, Oct 21