Top 10 Resources for Bootstrap Themes

Top 10 Resources for Bootstrap Themes

By on April 28, 2014

I think it was late August, 2011 – Twitter finally decided to open-source the Bootstrap framework for front-end developers. I remember that day, the community was definitely excited, and for a good reason. At the time, we already had some interesting grid-like frameworks available, one of which was Blueprint, sadly for Blueprint, it never made Read More...


10 Free jQuery Slider Plugins for Images & Content

8 Free jQuery Slider Plugins for Images & Content

By on April 25, 2014

jQuery sliders have been around ever since jQuery itself was released, the only difference these days is that of the quantity and quality of the sliders available. In this list, you’ll find both – jQuery sliders for images, and those for content. In most cases, each will offer the option to switch between the types, Read More...

5 Free Platforms for Performing a Website Speed Test

5 Free Platforms for Performing a Website Speed Test

By on April 24, 2014

I have been writing a lot about websites speed in the recent weeks, in fact – my first three publications as a Huffington Post author were all related to improving the speed performance of your website, service, and the application you’re managing. You can read more about each by following these links: Faster Content Delivery Read More...


10 Free Ways of Learning Ruby Programming Language

10 Free Ways of Learning Ruby Programming Language

By on April 24, 2014

I’ve to say it once again, there is no better time to learn programming than right now, this very moment. It’s growing very rapidly, and the demand for good programmers will continue to rise over the next two decades, until computer science is something that everyone knows about. Ruby, in particular, has been praised as Read More...


5 Ways to Load Test Your Website in Real-Time

5 Free Tools for Load Testing Your Website & Apps

By on April 23, 2014

I have recently been hitting new goals with this project, reaching audience heights of magnitude that I perhaps, initially, had not thought of. But, it’s all a learning experience, and I was quickly able to recover – and balance my server to withstand the ‘occasional’ traffic spikes. I’m taking this approach because I believe that Read More...



5 Study Resources for Web Application Architecture

5 Web Application Architecture Resources for Studying

By on April 18, 2014

Web application architecture is all about learning how to build a stable ecosystem for your web applications. It involves learning about infrastructure, what works the best and what kind of tools you need to make it all come together. It’s not easy to take a single standpoint approach to this, and instead we should take Read More...