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Suli S1,475 Points
How can I keep up to date if I'm a member of Treehouse?
Hi. As you know web design and development is improving quickly. for example if there is a solution in CSS after a time this solution can be phased by another one. So How can I keep up to date in the world of web design/development? and will Treehouse update videos if there is some new concepts? and how can I know about this update?
Kevin Korte28,147 Points
Stay diligent, and never stop learning. There are a bunch of free online blogs do a good job of posting about the next up and coming.
Watch the Treehouse Show for free on iTunes every Tuesday. Nick and Jason spend 10-15 minutes presenting 10-20 new things about web design and development.
I'm sure there are many more resources, but that will give you a start. If you're in it, you should be aware of whats changing. If you're out, this stuff is going to blow right over you.
James Barnett39,199 Points
A lot of people say things like "web design moves so fast" on blogs. However, those blogs have a vested interest in people believing that things change weekly in web design so people will check them weekly. Web design in practice changes more like yearly. If you like reading blogs you can check out the ones Kevin mentioned. If you aren't so into those just tune once or twice a year to check out what ground breaking new stuff has come out in the past year.
Sharon Walls9,234 Points
Treehouse absolutely does update their videos. Just ask anyone who finished the original CSS course right before it was replaced by the current one, which introduces CSS3. ;)
Matt Campbell9,767 Points
smashingmagazine is awesome. I've even bought the book they publishedon WP theme development.