About Stacktips

Stacktips provides free programming tutorials, how-to guides and code snippets on different programming languages. We aim to help newbie developers to learn basics of programming and get hands-on development experience.

Though I have started this website as a personal blog, I now am proud to announce Stacktips as a community of bloggers. We have over 500 articles and 300+ code snippets published by our valued community members.

We’re Proud of our Awesome Contributors????

A special thanks to the people who contributed immensely and helped us to grow this community. Stacktips wouldn’t be possible without them.

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Story So Far

StackTips is created and maintained by Nilanchala. In early 2012, this blog was started with the name Javatechig.com and later in 2016, we’ve moved to Stacktips.com domain.

Currently we generate over 700K page views and over 290K global unique people are reading us each month. Over 20K readers connected on our Facebook, Twitter, Newsletter and other Social Channels.

We have some of the finest community members and editorials staffs who actively post new contents and help us in improving the reading experience.

The Setup

Currently we use following softwares and services to maintain StackTips.com.

  • Web Hosting: AWS
  • Web Framework: WordPress CMS
  • WordPress Themes : Custom theme build from HTML5 Blank starter theme.
  • Email/Newsletter service: MailChimp
  • Domain management: GoDaddy
  • Email: Google
  • Ad Serving: Google AdSense
  • CDN Network: MaxCDN

We are here to answer any questions you may have about this website experiences or have suggestions to improve the quality, let us know. Here’s how you can contact us.

Complaints

If you have a concern about any posting or comment being factually incorrect, please drop us an email. Please provide details of who you are, how I can contact you, what your interest is, and what your concern is. If something has been written that is factually incorrect, it will be addressed. Anonymous complaints will be ignored.

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