Shane gives some tips on breaking into the development community, such as how to ask good questions and find decent tutorials.
Anna talks about some of the difficulties young web developers face.
Andy Wickes gives some advice on how to prepare for a University or College interview, and how to impress the tutor.
Ben covers the pros, cons, ins and outs of partnering up.
Jamie Rumbelow, a 15 year old developer, explains what real-time web apps are, their benefits, and where they are used.
Henny explains why making your sites more accessible is important, and guides us through some techniques you can implement on your site.
Jon recaps on his experience interning at Clearleft, and what he learnt while he was there.
A tutorial by Ollie Parsley on developing apps using Twitter's API.
Ricky O’Neill gives some advice on things to consider when working out how much to charge.
Chris talks about what can be done to improve the education system with regards to web development.
Some CSS tips and techniques that have been applied on the Scrunchup site.
Headscape’s Dave McDermid demonstrates how to write better, more maintainable jQuery plugins.
Chris covers the benefits of writing semantic code, and the importance of making your website accessible
Chris Mills gives an introduction to learning web standards, including core concepts and where to start.
Anna writes about some of the stumbling blocks that young designers and developers come across, and how to avoid them.
Ollie writes about how he got into web development, and the things he learnt along the way.
Teifion covers some of the different programming languages, and what they are used for.
Jamie gives some advice on communicating importance in design.
Anna gives the reasons why we built this site, and what we hope to achieve with it.
Today we interview Noah Litvin, creator of StudyShuffle, which is a really cool service he built while at college to help students revise.
Scrunchup interviews Cennydd Bowles on Undercover User Experience Design, which he co-published with James Box.
We interview Nick and David, two highschoolers from the US, on the development of their app Upload Robots.
We talk with Drew about 24ways; the advent calendar for web folk.
We interviewed Zac Gordon who teaches web design at high schools in the states.
Paul Boag and Marcus Lillington talk about how to get employed, and what to include in your portfolio.