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May 03 2013

16:00

Python Power Tools: virtualenvwrapper

In this series of videos, I’ll introduce you to several tools that you can add to your arsenal to become a better, more productive, programmer. In this episode, we’ll review a powerful companion app, virtualenvwrapper, that wraps virtualenv in a user friendly set of shell functions.

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May 02 2013

16:42

Python Power Tools: virtualenv

In this series of videos, I’ll introduce you to several tools that you can add to your arsenal to become a better, more productive, programmer. We’ll begin with virtualenv, which allows you to create isolated development environments for installing and upgrading software, without needing to worry about overrides or dependency issues.

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April 19 2013

14:02

Inspirational Podcasts: Listen, Watch And Share!


  

With a phone or tablet in your pocket, you get instant access to a huge variety of podcasts — both audio and video. They keep you entertained while you’re commuting or on a long plane ride, and they provide useful information that you can integrate into your daily routine as a Web professional.

Keeping track of the ever-changing selection and finding quality podcasts that feature exactly the topics you are interested in can be painful. That’s where we come in. We have put together an extensive list that includes your soon-to-be favorite podcast — whether you are a developer looking for coding advice, a designer seeking inspiration or a startup businessperson. So, tune in, stay informed and learn new skills!

Design

On The Grid
On the Grid is a design podcast featuring Matt McInerney, Andy Mangold and Dan Auer. Every week, the three call in for a conversation about design’s effect on the world and the world’s effect on design.

onthegrid

Draft
A show about the craft of designing for the Web. Your hosts are Giovanni DiFeterici and Gene Crawford from Unmatched Style.

draft

The Fox Is Black
The Fox Is Black is an art and design blog that seeks to discover and share the most interesting and inspiring parts of contemporary life and culture.

The Fox Is Black

Design Chat
DesignChat claims to present the best live discussion about design on the Internet. They go live on Wednesdays at 8:00 pm CT.

Design Chat

Let’s Make Mistakes
Mike and Leah talk about design, with a lot of tangents along the way. They are dedicated to bringing you the best podcasts about design and culture from an alternative point of view. They are committed to excellence through argument.

letsmakemistakes

The East Wing
The East Wing’s host, Tim Smith, and his expert guests talk about design, user experience, problem-solving and the keys to creating products with value. A new episode is published every Wednesday.

The East Wing

Design Pro
The Design Pro Show is a weekly webcast with Andy Rutledge. Each interactive live episode is free to watch and full of advice on how to succeed in a professional practice.

Design Pro

Design Festival
The Design Festival podcast provides designers with fresh inspiration. It features expert talks ranging from UX design to typography to coding advice.

Design Festival

UX

User Interface Engineering
User Interface Engineering specializes in website usabilty and user experience. On its podcast, called SpoolCast, experts share their thoughts on designing with the user in mind.

User Interface Engineering

User Experience Podcast
Sharing its voice since 2006, the User Experience Podcast features a wide range of interviewees and commentary on everything UX. Features include developers talking about their development process and information on how to conduct interviews for user research.

User Experience Podcast

Coding

The WebGL Podcast
This one is a podcast about WebGL. It covers the latest news and libraries, as well as tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your WebGL project. It is hosted by Paul Lewis who currently works on Google Chrome’s Developer Relations team.

The WebGL Podcast

The Creative Coding Podcast
Digital media consultant Seb Lee-Delisle and designer and developer Iain Lobb discuss the ins and outs of programming for visual and creative applications.

The Creative Coding Podcast

The Basement Coders Developer Podcast
The Basement Coders Developer Podcast features discussion on development topics and interviews with passionate developers.

The Basement Coders Developer Podcast

HNpod
HNpod is currently hosted by Michael Mahemoff, having been started by Alex Muir. In half an hour, it discusses the week’s top stories on Hacker News.

HNpod

Ruby on Rails

Ruby5
Released Tuesday and Friday mornings, this podcast presents the latest news in the Ruby and Rails community.

Ruby5

RailsCasts
Produced by Ryan Bates, RailsCasts targets the intermediate Rails developer, but beginners and experts will get something out of the tips and tricks as well. A free episode is released every other week.

RailsCasts

Ruby Rogues
Ruby Rogues is a podcast about Ruby and related technologies. A lot of practical tips, such as what the ideal development environment looks like, will facilitate your working process.

Ruby Rogues

JavaScript

The Javascript Show
This podcast by developers Peter Cooper and Jason Seifer features the latest news and discussion within the JavaScript communities, covering frameworks, development techniques, quick scripts and more.

The Javascript Show

JavaScript Jabber
Claiming to be “your prototype for great code,” the JavaScript Jabber’s experts panel shares its knowledge once a week.

JavaScript Jabber

NodeUp: A Node.js Podcast
NodeUp discusses a wide array of Web development topics. Every Sunday you can join the team live via freenode.

NodeUp: A Node.js Podcast

yayQuery
Hosted by developers Paul Irish, Alex Sexton, Rebecca Murphey and Adam J. Sontag, yayQuery is your weekly rainbow ride through all things jQuery.

yayQuery Podcast

PHP

Voices of the ElePHPant
Voices of the ElePHPant offers interviews with people who are involved in the PHP community.

Voices of the ElePHPant

Businesses and Startups

The Industry
The Industry brings a new perspective to tech media. Highlighting design-focused startups and people, its purpose is to give the design community a voice in the tech industry.

theindustry

Startups for the Rest of Us
Hosts Mike Taber and Rob Walling share their own experience as software entrepreneurs with developers and designers who want to launch their own software products.

Startups For the Rest of Us

5by5 | Founders Talk
Hosted by Adam Stacoviak, Founders Talk features interesting interviews with people who had the courage to start a business. A new episode is released each week.

5by5 | Founders Talk

Kalzumeus
Kalzumeus is hosted by Patrick McKenzie. A software businessman himself, he gives advice on business topics.

Kalzumeus

BizCraft
A podcast about the business side of Web design, recorded live almost every two weeks. Hosted by Carl Smith and Gene Crawford from Unmatched Style.

bizcraft

Unfinished Business
Andrew Clarke and Anna Debenham present a weekly discussion show about the business end — the sharp end — of the Web, design and creative industries.

unfinishedbusiness

General

Treehouse Show Archives
Teaching technology to the world is the mission of Treehouse, hosted by Nick Pettit and Jason Seifer. The team offers a dose of Web design and development news every Tuesday.

Treehouse Show Archives - Treehouse Blog

Fresh Squeezed Mobile
An interview podcast exploring Web design and development. Together with experts, the team discusses mobile design, responsive design, content strategy and user experience.

Fresh Squeezed Mobile

ShopTalk
ShopTalk is a Web design, development and UX podcast with Chris Coyier and Dave Rupert. Each week, they are joined by a special guest who helps to answer questions submitted by listeners.

ShopTalk

The Changelog
What’s going on in open source? The Changelog’s hosts, Wynn Netherland and Adam Stacovlak, cover the new and fresh each week.

The Changelog

Boagworld
Paul Boag, creator of the longest-running podcast about Web design, shares tips and news for designers, developers and website owners. His daily audio tips provide some quick inspiration for people on the go.

Boagworld

PleaseAdvise.fm
An occasional podcast by Mike McAlister, Jake Caputo and Chris Molitor. The topics range from WordPress to tips for business startups.

PleaseAdvise.fm

This Developer’s Life
An interview series in which developers talk about certain aspects of their life and working process. What drives them, and what hinders them?

This Developer's Life

Pishposh.tv | Forrst
This one is all about the Forrst community and everything else good and interesting in design and development.

Pishposh.tv - Forrst Podcast

Creatiplicity
Creatiplicity’s host, Chris Bowler, chats with his guests about their creative process.

Creatiplicity

iTunes DesignChat
DesignChat is a weekly video- and text-based conversation between and for creatives.

iTunes DesignChat

WebDev Radio
WebDev Radio’s host, Michael Kimsal, catches up with well-known developers, providing his audience with the latest news and current discussion.

webdev Radio

5by5 | The Web Ahead
The Web Ahead is a weekly podcast that covers changing technologies and the future of the Web. Topics include HTML5, mobile responsive design, iOS and Android. Hosted by Jen Simmons, the episodes are broadcast live but can be watched later.

5by5 | The Web Ahead

5by5 | The Big Web Show
The Big Web Show covers an interesting mix of everything Web. Topics include Web publishing, Web technology, art direction, content strategy, typography and more. Each week, host Jeffrey Zeldman welcomes a new guest. The show is broadcast live and can be watched later.

5by5 | The Big Web Show

Techzing
Techzing is a chat show hosted by Justin Vincent and Jason Roberts. Two episodes are released each week. The “Midweek Interview Show” features interviews with interesting people. In the “Weekend Discussion Show,” the duo talks about startups, tech in general and other topics.

techzing tech podcast

5by5 | Build and Analyze
Build and Analyze is a podcast hosted by Marco Arment and Dan Benjamin. Every week brings the latest news and discussion on mobile Web development, iPhone, iPad and iOS. You can watch the show either live or recorded.

5by5 | Build and Analyze

Young Guns Show
This podcast features interviews with young people who make the Web.

younggunshows

Happy Monday
Josh Long and Sarah Parmenter present a short-burst podcast every Monday. So far, it has featured many well-known experts, including Andy Clarke, Trent Walton and Jessica Hirsche.

happymonday

The Gently Mad Podcast
The Gently Mad is an interview show about what drives us as creators and what connects us as people. Each week, the hosts explore the stories, experiences and insights of awesome people who make awesome things.

tgm

The Businessology Show
This podcast, about the business of design and the design of business, is hosted by Jason Blumer and Dan Mall.

The Businessology Show

Upfront
An in-depth discussion on the latest tooling, workflow and best practices for front-end developers, brought to you every week by Jack Franklin and Ben Howdle.

upfront

The Non-Breaking Space Show
The Non-Breaking Space Show is a podcast that seeks out the best and brightest on the Web and chats with them about what they do and why they do it.

The Non-Breaking Space Show

The Stack | Monocle 24
Hosted by editor in chief Tyler Brûlé, the program looks at the future of print media, from magazines to newspapers.

The Stack | Monocle 24

Design Matters with Debbie Millman
This thought-provoking podcast profiles industry-leading graphic designers, change agents, artists, writers and educators.

designmatters

Scott Hanselman
Scott Hanselman speaks, codes, writes, empowers, promotes, learns and listens — and he shares his insights with you on YouTube.

Scott Hanselman

Download This Show
Download This Show is your weekly point of access to the latest developments in social media, consumer electronics, digital politics, hacktivism and more, brought to you by ABC Radio National.

Download This Show

5by5 | The Critical Path
Critical Path is a talk show that contemplates the causality of success and failure in mobile computing. Using Apple as a lens to look at both telecom and traditional computing markets, the hosts try to understand what it means to be great.

5by5 | The Critical Path

5by5 | High Density
High Density is an interview show that brings together the sharpest minds in the world to discuss how markets and business models are in a state of perpetual disruption. All signal, no noise, and the merciless pursuit of the truth.

5by5 | High Density

Debug
Debug focuses on development, especially for iPhone, iPad, Mac and games, but it covers other platforms as well. Whereas Iterate (covered below) is all about designers, Debug is for developers.

Debug

Iterate
Iterate is a fortnightly podcast focusing on mobile and app design for iOS, Mac, Android and other platforms.

Iterate

Typeradio
Type is speech on paper. Typeradio is speech on type. It is a micro-FM broadcast, an MP3 Internet radio stream and a podcast station. Typeradio broadcasts questions, answers, performances, events and talks online and on stage.

Typeradio

This Week in Web Design
This Week in Web Design helps you accelerate your Web design career by teaching you the creative, business, technology and marketing secrets of its expert hosts and guests.

This Week in Web Design

Refactor.tv
Refactor.tv is a weekly podcast that discusses Web and mobile app development, open-source software and beer. Brought to you from San Francisco by two independent software developers, Sam Soffes and Steve Derico.

refactor.tv

The Breakpoint
The Breakpoint is a new show focusing on development tools and workflows.

thebreakpoint

Book Club
Just like a regular book club but for Web design books. Each month, the club selects a book, reads it as a group and meets online at a set time of the day. The author of the book then takes questions, some sent in beforehand and some asked live by listeners.

bookclub

Until Next Time

We hope you enjoy these podcasts and that there’s some or many in your field of interest. Spice up your travel time or make the drive to work more productive. Let yourself be entertained by experts in our industry, and gain not only new skills but also insights from their lives.

Tell us which is your favorite and why? Of course, you’re welcome to share other inspirational podcasts with the community — simply mention them in the comments section below!

By the way, you may also want to check out Sean Hodge’s list — we highly recommend it!

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© Melanie Lang for Smashing Magazine, 2013.

April 11 2013

07:15

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03:37

Laravel 4 Mastery

Perhaps it goes without saying that I’m fairly passionate about the Laravel framework (probably irritatingly so, for some of you). I like it so much to the point of creating a massive course for Tuts+ Premium, most of which I’ve made free to the public!

Below is a list of the available lessons in the course so far. If you enjoy them, why not stay and have a look around Tuts+ Premium? You won’t find a better bang for your buck, when it comes to improving your skills. The eBook collection alone is worth the membership, not to mention the fact that we offer courses on the cutting edge technologies, ranging from Ember, to Meteor, to Rails 4.

The best part, though, is that signing up helps Tuts+ immensely, and allows us to continue offering you the best tutorials in the world for free.


Section 1 – Introduction


Section 2 – Gotchas


Section 3 – Migrations


Section 4 – Generators


Section 5 – Controllers


Section 6 – Routing


Section 7 – Views


Section 8 – Mail


Section 9 – Validation


Section 10 – Supplementary


Come Say Hi

As I noted above, if you enjoy this style of learning, come on by Tuts+ Premium and stay for a while!

March 28 2013

16:56

Guard is Your Best Friend

A common argument against using preprocessors, like Sass, is that they introduce too much complexity, and are difficult to get started with. Especially today, though, this couldn’t be further from the truth. In this episode, I’ll demonstrate my file monitoring tool of choice, Guard. I’ll think you’ll love it!


Screencast


Show Notes

  • Installed Gems:
    $ gem install guard
    $ gem install rb-fsevent
    $ gem install guard-sass
    $ gem install guard-coffeescript
    $ gem install guard-livereload
    $ gem install guard-concat
    $ gem install guard-uglify
    

    Alternatively, you can use multiple parameters when installing Gems: gem install guard guard-sass.

  • LiveReload Browser Extensions

March 21 2013

22:53

Node.js Events

In this lesson, we get back into the development of our blog application after spending the last two episodes looking into some of the tools that have sprung up around the node community. Today we’ll be adding the code to process our New Post form. In addition to this, we’ll be learning all about Events: the secret sauce behind Node’s success.

March 14 2013

21:23

Pro Workflow in Laravel and Sublime Text

Not too long ago, I built a handful of generators for Laravel, which ease the process of various tasks. Today, thanks to help from Gaurav Narula, we’re turning things up a notch with the release of a new Sublime Text plugin that leverages the power of Artisan and the generators from directly within your editor.


Installation

There’s only a few steps to begin taking advantage of both of these tools.

  1. Install the Generator Commands for your Laravel application.
  2. Clone the Sublime Text plugin into your packages directory. (Soon to be available through Package Control).

That’s it! You should now be good to go! Search for “Laravel” within the command palette, and you’ll find a variety of options.

Laravel Generators

Let me show you my basic workflow below:

Questions? Bugs? Feature requests? Let us know below!

August 28 2012

15:31

Node.js Infrastructure: Part 1

It’s been a while, but now I’m back! Theses next two sessions will dive into the infrastructure that’s grown up around Node. We’ll take a look at two tools that will help you manage your Node environment and make you more productive, beginning with NVM today.

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August 08 2012

18:45

How Web Developers Can Use Alfred

In this screencast, we’ll use Alfred to write an extension that assists us when creating new projects. As you’ll find, Alfred makes the process of executing predefined shell scripts a cinch.

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Final Bash Script

# Copy our Backbone template directory over
cd ~/Desktop && mkdir {query} && cd {query}

# Begin with our template
cp -R ~/Templates/Backbone/ .

# Pull in Backbone
curl http://backbonejs.org/backbone-min.js > assets/js/libs/backbone.js

# Pull in Underscore
curl http://underscorejs.org/underscore-min.js > assets/js/libs/underscore.js

# Pull in jQuery
curl http://code.jquery.com/jquery.js > assets/js/libs/jquery.js

# Open our new project in Sublime Text
/Applications/Sublime Text 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl .
Final Script


16:47

Troubleshooting Ruby Performance Problems

In this video tutorial from New Relic, you’ll see a full performance troubleshooting cycle from problem identification and diagnosis, to fixing the problem code, and then testing the optimized code and verifying the performance improvements. You will learn the fastest way to identify when your Ruby app is suffering from performance problems, how to narrow down your troubleshooting to the specific app component that is the source of the problem, and then seeing into that component to find exactly which code is causing your app to slow down and why.


August 01 2012

06:35

Password-Protect Folders in Seconds

In this lesson, I’ll demonstrate how easy it is to password protect folders with Apache. There will often be situations when you don’t need to build a full authentication system from scratch.

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April 19 2012

18:48

Lightning Fast Folder and File Creation in Sublime Text 2

I’m frequently asked about how I’m able to create new directory structures and files so quickly in Sublime Text 2. Well the answer is that this functionality is not offered natively; instead, I use a helpful plugin. I’ll demonstrate it in this video.

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Closing Thoughts

It’s worth mentioning that, toward the end of the video, I assign a custom key-binding: n-n. Please note that this binding assumes that you’re working in Vintage (Vim) mode. To trigger it, you’d exit to command mode – by pressing Esc – and then type n-n.

If you’re not a Vintage user, you can stick with the default key-binding that comes with the plugin.

Show Links


April 16 2012

15:37

The Essentials of AMD and RequireJS: New on Tuts+ Premium

In this Tuts+ Premium screencast, we’ll review RequireJS, an asynchronous module loader and dependency manager, and AMD, which defines the mechanism and guidelines for declaring and importing modules.

Become a Premium member to view this screencast, as well as hundreds of other advanced tutorials and screencasts from the Tuts+ network.


You’ll Learn:

  • What is AMD? Why is it helpful?
  • How to use RequireJS, which implements the AMD spec.
  • How to create, store, and reference modules.
  • How to integrate the use plugin.
  • How to import scripts, which do not register themselves as AMD modules.
  • A lightning-fast run-through of importing and working with Backbone.js.

Tuts+ Premium

The recently re-launched Tuts+ Premium is a service that provides top-tier training in a variety of creative fields. Whether you prefer books, visual training, or in depth tutorials, we have you covered. While we unfortunately can’t afford to provide the service for free, it’s only $19 a month – less than you’d spend on dinner.

I hope you’ll consider checking it out! In addition to learning a huge variety of new skills, it’s also a fantastic way to say thank you to Nettuts+.


15:21

Optimize Your CSS With RequireJS

In this lesson, we’ll review the awesome RequireJS optimizer to handle the process of merging and compressing our stylesheets. While preprocessors continue to become increasingly popular, there are still plenty of folks who stick with regular CSS. In these cases, a solid build tool/process is vital.

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Closing Thoughts

If you don’t like the idea of using Require.js, alternatively you might consider Grunt (along with the Grunt-CSS plugin), or Jake.


April 09 2012

20:23

Techniques for Test-Driving Your JavaScript: New on Premium

In this hands-on Premium screencast, from scratch, we’ll use test-driven development to build a jQuery plugin. Along the way, we’ll take advantage of Grunt, QUnit, and GitHub to build, test, and distribute our plugin, respectively. If the idea of testing in JavaScript is still foreign to you, you won’t find a better introduction!

Become a Tuts+ Premium member to watch this 45 minute screencast, as well as hundreds of other advanced videos, tutorials, and courses.


You’ll Learn How to:

  • Use Ben Alman’s Grunt build tool to expedite the process of generating and building new plugins
  • Take a test-driven approach to creating jQuery plugins – using QUnit
  • Distribute code in seconds with GitHub

Of course, you’re likely to pick up a variety of other neat tips and tricks along the way!


Tuts+ Premium

The recently re-launched Tuts+ Premium is a service that provides top-tier training in a variety of creative fields. Whether you prefer books, visual training, or in depth tutorials, we have you covered. While we unfortunately can’t afford to provide the service for free, it’s only $19 a month – less than you’d spend on dinner.

I hope you’ll consider checking it out! In addition to learning a huge variety of new skills, it’s also a fantastic way to say thank you to Nettuts+.


April 05 2012

19:42

JavaScript Fundamentals: New Premium Course

I’m pleased to announce that Jeremy McPeak’s latest course, JavaScript Fundamentals, is now available on Tuts+ Premium! As the author of countless books, including JavaScript: 24 Hour Trainer and Professional AJAX, Jeremy is the perfect person to show you the ropes!

JavaScript Fundamentals

With over five hours of content, you’ll learn everything from the absolute basics, all the way up to event delegation. And, with Jeremy’s teaching style, nobody gets left behind.

Take the final course quiz to ensure that you’ve mastered the skills in each lesson.

Tuts+ Premium

The recently re-launched Tuts+ Premium is a service that provides top-tier training in a variety of creative fields. Whether you prefer books, visual training, or in depth tutorials, we have you covered.

While we unfortunately can’t afford to provide the service for free, it’s only $19 a month – less than you’d spend on dinner.

But the best part is that, every month, we’re adding as many as five new in depth courses on the skills that you want to learn. What’s on the near horizon? JavaScript Testing with Jasmine, Professional Screencasting, Cleaner Code With CoffeeScript, Test-Driven Development in Rails, and countless more.

I hope you’ll consider checking it out! In addition to learning a huge variety of new skills, it’s also a fantastic way to say thank you to Nettuts+.


March 06 2012

20:59

Sexy Code Snippet Management With Gists

I’ve always struggled to find the perfect code snippet management tool…until now (and it’s free). I’ll show you my preferred workflow, using GitHub Gists and Sublime Text 2.

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Summary

So that’s the system I prefer these days; do you have a better method?


March 01 2012

23:18

30 Days to Learn C#: New Premium Course

We’re pleased to announce our latest Tuts+ Premium course: “30 Days to Learn C#.” My aim is to introduce you to the C# language (and a tiny bit of the .NET Framework), and give you a clear understanding of the fundamentals needed to start writing applications in C#.

All I ask for is a few minutes of your time each day for a month.

This is by no means a fully exhaustive look at the language, but I will get you familiar with the language and platform. I won’t lie; some of the material is easier to grasp if you have some programming background. But I do try to explain things from the standpoint of a complete beginner. So even if you haven’t programmed before, I hope you’ll find my explanations of programming concepts and fundamentals understandable.

All I ask is for a few minutes of your time each day for a month. Most lessons are between ten and fifteen minutes. Naturally, some are shorter and some are longer, but I promise none go over 31 minutes!

Ready to become a better programmer?


Tuts+ Premium

The recently re-launched Tuts+ Premium is a service that provides top-tier training in a variety of creative fields. Whether you prefer books, visual training, or in depth tutorials, we have you covered. While we unfortunately can’t afford to provide the service for free, it’s only $19 a month – less than you’d spend on dinner.

I hope you’ll consider checking it out! In addition to learning a huge variety of new skills, it’s also a fantastic way to say thank you to Nettuts+.


February 05 2012

20:30

JavaScript Testing From Scratch: New on Premium

This likely isn’t the first tutorial on testing that you’ve ever seen. But perhaps you’ve had your doubts about testing, and never took the time to read them. After all, it can seem like extra work for no reason.

This tutorial (with screencasts) intends to change your views. We’re going to start at the very beginning: what is testing and why should you do it? Then, we’ll talk briefly about writing testable code, before actually, you know, doing some testing! Let’s get to it.

Become a Premium member to read this tutorial/screencast, as well as hundreds of other advanced tutorials and screencasts from the Tuts+ network.


Tuts+ Premium

The recently re-launched Tuts+ Premium is a service that provides top-tier training in a variety of creative fields. Whether you prefer books, visual training, or in depth tutorials, we have you covered. While we unfortunately can’t afford to provide the service for free, it’s only $19 a month – less than you’d spend on dinner.

I hope you’ll consider checking it out! In addition to learning a huge variety of new skills, it’s also a fantastic way to say thank you to Nettuts+.


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