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20 Useful WordPress Calendar Plugins

The first thing I think of when I hear "WordPress" and "calendar" is the default calendar widget that displays WordPress Posts by date.

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Introduction to Docker and Kubernetes

Large-scale distributed systems made of multiple cooperating services are becoming increasingly important. These systems run on clusters of hundreds, thousands or more servers.

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The World of Python

I believe that you may be a newcomer to Python, or looking around for the best programming language to learn.

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Android From Scratch: An Overview of Android Application Development

Introduction

As of early 2016, there are well over a billion people actively using Android, a Unix-like mobile operating system that runs on pho

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Joe Gebbia: How Airbnb designs for trust

Joe Gebbia, the co-founder of Airbnb, bet his whole company on the belief that people can trust each other enough to stay in one another’s homes. Here’s his story!

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Create a Custom "Order Total" Extension in OpenCart

In this article, we’re going to create a custom order totals extension in OpenCart. The order totals extensions allow you to manipulate the order amount during the checkout.

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Monday Morning Design Inspiration

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Code.org Hacked, Emails and Locations Data of Volunteers Compromised

An anonymous reader allegedly quoting an email from Code.org, claims that the database of the non-profit organization has been breached: Some personal data was accessed on our web site by a firm explo

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Ui/Ux et al

A few days ago I replied to an article on Medium about User Interface design. A lot of the issues brought up sounded familiar, so I dared add a few remarks to put things into perspective.

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EDC

Another buzzword: Everyday Carry. I didn’t know it until the people from everydaycarry.com asked me to show the contents of my pockets, or rather the stuff that I carry with me all the time.

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Poster from P98a

The trouble with limited runs is that popular motifs run out very quickly and we have to disappoint a lot of people. We cannot simple reprint the same subject, as that would contradict the principle.

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Catch of the Day

Not bad for an amateur: reeled in a one pound Bass…of the Saul variety.

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Star Trek Beyond’s Director Drops a Wild 360-Degree Film

Star Trek Beyond’s Director Drops a Wild 360-Degree FilmYou can watch the sci-fi movie on your smartphone, if

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Hey, Neil deGrasse Tyson, These Animals Have Sex That Hurts

Hey, Neil deGrasse Tyson, These Animals Have Sex That HurtsSome people seem to think that an

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Hauser & Wirth opens LA gallery designed by Creative Space and Selldorf Architects


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Designing for Apple Watch: Product Strategy

When Apple launched the Apple Watch, there was a lot of excitement. Wearables are a new category to design experiences for. The caveat?

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How to Work With WordPress User Metadata

In the previous article, we discussed working with post metadata

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A Look at the Hourly Rates of Freelance Designers and Developers

The hourly rates of freelance designers and developers based in the U.S. are discussed in this article.

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Conversation with Adam Grant

Absolutely fantastic interview with Adam Grant in which he speaks on Successful Givers, Toxic Takers, and the Life We Spend at Work.

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20 Useful jQuery Sliders

Despite the rumored death of "above the fold", the need for finding the right kind of slider is still alive and well.

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Try Our Coffee Break Course on Laravel Router

Laravel is known for its powerful and developer-friendly router. The router allows you to configure all the URL endpoints of your app with a concise syntax and all in one place. 

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Gasp

This photo series by Aaron Tilley and Kyle Bean made me hold my breath…

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NEW: Perforated Field Notes

Brighten up your Spring with Field Notes‘ candy-colored 30th limited-edition release, “Sweet Tooth.” Each book is a solid block of bright color all the way through, with a Field Notes first:

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DIY Tattly Eggs

Easter is just around the corner. What’s your plan for decorating eggs? I’ll be going the Tattly route..

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♥ / Hover

A big thank you to Hover for sponsoring my blog and RSS feed this week. Finding and managing domain names can be a complicated mess, but it doesn’t have to be.

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Giant Dog

Christopher Cline photoshopped his dog into his photos, as a giant. Made me smile.

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Google Joins Facebook's Open Compute Project

judgecorp writes: Google has elected to open up some of its data center designs, which it has -- until now -- kept to itself.

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App Marketing Stack

Woah, this is useful: A curated directory of tools and resources on App Marketing and Mobile Growth. (via Product Hunt)

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The New York Pizza Project

The New York Pizza Project celebrates old-school Pizza joints in New York City. (via FastCo)

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10 Leading Women in the Cocoa Community

Today is International Women's Day and I'd like to take the opportunity to put ten women in the spotlight that hav

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How Welcoming are WordCamps to Women?

This month it's International Women's Day, a worldwide event designed to raise the under-representation of women in many walks of

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The Repository Pattern in Laravel 5

The repository pattern was introduced for the first time by Eric Evans in his

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Maira Kalman on Design Matters

Debbie Milman in conversation with the wonderful Maira Kalman? Dropping everything to listen to this.

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WP REST API: Retrieving Data

In the previous parts of the series, we have been looking at what the WP REST API is and how it can help us build better applications using the WordPress back end. 

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How the "Order Totals" Extensions Work in OpenCart

Today, we’re going to discuss one of the important and useful features of OpenCart called “Order Totals”.

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50% Off Hosting and Free Envato Tuts+

Until 18 March, you'll receive a free year subscription to Envato Tuts+ when you 

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Comcast Hit With FCC Complaint Over Net Neutrality Violations

An anonymous reader writes: Non-profit public interest group Public Knowledge has filed a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission regarding Comcast's Stream TV service.

in Ace Jet 170

A Shallow and Wholly Inadequate Survey of Classical Record Cover Design between 1959 and 1982

When it comes to vinyl, jazz is my first love.

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Future of Foster + Partners' 3 Sutton Place skyscraper in New York under threat


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10 Stunning Ionic Templates

Ionic is a popular framework for creating modern, hybrid, mobile applications, using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

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How the Web Works: HTTP and the Web Server

The web is built on the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP). When we go to a web page, our browser makes requests to a web server.

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What Apple Pay Can Teach Us About Email Encryption

Final product imageWhat You'll Be Creating

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Debugging WordPress Projects in 60 Seconds

In this quick video, we'll see how we can take advantage of a third-party application in order to debug WordPress applications us

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Deregistering WordPress Stylesheets in 60 Seconds

There are times in which we inherit a WordPress project that's already been in use for some time.

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Premium Fonts – Episode 14

Here it is the 13th episode of premium fonts. As you know these fonts are available on the web for free yet are difficult to download.

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Why your $8 Shirt is a Huge Problem

Watch the video and learn why your $8 shirt is a huge problem, by Eve Andrews and Darby Minow Smith

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Build a CMS: nodePress

You have successfully created a flat filesystem Content Management System (CMS) using

in Smashing Magazine

Getting (Dis)Connected: Shallow Interaction Design For Deeper Human Experiences

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Google Says Angular 2 Will Support Python, Java

An anonymous reader writes: Google will release a faster beta version of Angular 2 in about two weeks, with a smaller version targeted for April.

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Facebook Hit By German Antitrust Probe Over User Data

Regulators in Germany wonder whether the social network may be abusing market power by not being clear with consumers about how its using their data.

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New Findings Deepen the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts

An anonymous reader writes: Last week, it was reported that the mystery of fast radio bursts were solved, and that they were due to the merger of a neutron star with another collapsed object, well out

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South Korea Breaks Filibuster Record Fighting New Surveillance Bill

An anonymous reader writes: Lawmakers in South Korea's National Assembly have broken the global collective filibuster record in its determination to defeat a new anti-terrorism bill which they believe

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iOS 9.3 Will Tell You If Your Employer Is Monitoring Your IPhone

An anonymous reader writes: Nobody likes being monitored. But even if you suspected your company is following your activities on the iPhone, would you know where to check?