Chris Coyier joined host Jonathan Denwood and guest co-host John Locke for episode 265 of the WP-Tonic Podcast.
Chris is the founder of CSS-Tricks (https://css-tricks.com/) and joint founder of CodePen (https://codepen.io/).
This week’s sponsor is Kinsta Hosting (https://kinsta.com/?kaid=QTZIMOYOCEZL). Kinsta hosting is the official web host of the WP-Tonic website.
This episode covered information about CodePen, CSS-Tricks and delved into Chris’s ideas about online training and learning.
CSS-Tricks is a blog site for developers that consists of many tutorials.
Jonathan speaks of CSS-Tricks as part of the online training arena popular right now and asked Chris where he sees online training.
Online training isn’t fully baked yet. Chris sees many options coming in the future for online training and sees opportunities arising. He particularly spoke to this in terms of technical training and development. He also sees CSS-Tricks as a tutorial site but not an official online learning site, because there is no learning path.
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