Reader's Corner No. 87: Gutenberg and the Future of Wordpress, RAID in Project Management, and the Shadow DOM

December 14, 2018

We've got some last minute articles for you to take a look at to finish off the work week! Find out what changes the Gutenberg editor will be bringing to Wordpress in the future, see this acronym designed to simplify some basic concepts within the context of project management, and learn what the Shadow DOM is (hint: it stands for Document Object Model).


Reader's Corner No. 85: More Efficient Peer Code Review, Flying for Thanksgiving, and No Custom Songs on Beat Saber for PSVR

November 29, 2018

We're covering a variety of topics in today's Reader's Corner! Read on to learn better practices for more efficient peer code review, tips on when the appropriate time to fly home to your family for Thanksgiving is, and some new (and mildly disappointing) updates on the new Beat Saber release for PSVR.


Reader's Corner No. 84: Google Web.Dev Site Scanner, Trusting Web Design Best Practices, and PageSpeed Insights Migrated to Lighthouse

November 22, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving Thursday to all of our followers! Today's article features Google's new beta web.dev audit tool, whether or not you can trust current web design best practices, and Google's PageSpeed Insights' recent migration to Lighthouse!


Reader's Corner No. 83: Paypal Cancels Antifa Accounts, ReCAPTCHA v3, and a Powerful New Battery for Electric Planes That Don't Pollute

November 15, 2018

Today's articles feature some (light) politics in tech, the announcement of reCAPTCHA v3, and new environmentally-conscious updates on existing battery technology.


Reader's Corner No. 79: Voldemorting: The Ultimate SEO Dis, Why the iPhone X is a Whole New Camera, and Visual Studio Code Updates

October 16, 2018

Featuring some interesting developments in tech and communication, in today's RC we touch on the recent and conceptual online terminology of "Voldemorting" and how it relates to SEO, then we take a look at the new iPhone X's photography capabilities, and finally we top everything off with the Visual Studio Code updates for September.


Reader’s Corner No. 78: How to Build a Low-Tech Website, 11 Great Examples of Ecommerce Nav, and the Next Iteration of Vue.js

October 11, 2018

Our featured article of the day is a how-to guide on energy efficient, low-tech web design. Then a great depiction of the exceptional navigational designs of various e-commerce websites, and lastly a sneak peek of what’s coming in the next major version of Vue.


Reader's Corner No. 77: The Logo Design Revolution, Search Ghost vs. WordPress, and Google Turns 20

October 2, 2018

Featuring an eclectic mix of development, design, and industry news; today's staff picks will keep your industry knowledge up-to-date and well-rounded!


Reader's Corner No. 75: How HTTPS Works, Removing jQuery from Github.com Frontend, and the Accessibility Cheatsheet

September 19, 2018

Keeping true to our roots in our 75th edition of Reader's Corner with some very technical picks from our developers! The first staff-share is a neat infographic on why we need HTTPS, then comes the Github.com engineering department's explanation for removing jQuery from their frontend, and finally a great tutorial on all things accessibility.


Reader's Corner No. 72: Battery Breakthroughs, Unmaintainable Code, and Aqua Screenshot Library

August 29, 2018

Get through your afternoon slump this Thursday with a little bit of light reading and learning! In today's issue of Reader's Corner, we will be covering a new battery technology that doesn't catch fire, how to write unmaintainable code, and give you a quick look into the Aqua user interface screenshot library.


Reader's Corner No. 70: Digital Accessibility Compliance, Javascript within the Spotify Desktop App, and Defeating Electron

August 14, 2018

I hope everyone has been keeping up with their reading assignments, because we are on our 70th edition of Reader's Corner! It's not too late to catch up, we've only shared 220 articles over the last year :-) Today we are covering digital accessibility compliance regulations, how JavaScript is used within the Spotify desktop, and defeating Electron (app framework)


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