Smashing Coding will be curated by our new editor Kieran Masterton. We will make sure to produce verified, high-quality articles in the brand new section. Please take a closer look at the section and let us know if you find any bugs or errors. Thanks, and we are looking forward to meeting you on the pages of our new little project!
Below you’ll find some details about the new project. Guys and geekettes, please welcome Kieran Masterton:
“When the opportunity to work as an editor at Smashing Magazine presented itself, I was not only incredibly grateful to be considered but also really excited at the prospect of working with a group of people who contribute such high quality knowledge to our industry.
After my first conversation with Vitaly I was even more excited. His passion for what he does is infectious and I hope that I can bring to the team a love for the web and a real passion for the potential we have in this industry to stir things up and ignite change.
I can’t wait to get started!
I hope you enjoy reading this new section. As always, if there are topics you think we should be covering or you have feedback, please do let us know”
Kieran has been developing web sites and applications since 1998. After a decade of coding in Perl and PHP he now spends much of his time working with Ruby. Having worked for large Internet Service Providers and publishing companies Kieran left his role as Technical Lead Developer in late 2009 to co-found a small WordPress and Ruby on Rails development shop called 88MPH. Now he primarily specialises in helping businesses address the challenges of running high traffic WordPress sites as well as building the odd Ruby on Rails application.
We are looking forward to your feedback, guys. Please welcome Kieran and let us know what you think of the forthcoming articles on Coding!
Sven (sl), Vitaly (vf), Iris (il), and Esther (ea) love high-quality content and care about little details. They also believe that good content and design are crafts worth sharpening.
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