What could go wrong?
I don’t write that often - I normally reserve my vacillating output of bile and blind optimism for Twitter. But occasionally the longform muse overtakes me and I write. Swearily.
Speaking at people in public
Give them thqe power to fuck up in their own way.
Thee look grand.
Thanks for writing in. Even if you were wrong.
Seriously dude, what's wrong with you?
You don't get to choose who is viewing your work, you fucking fuck.
tl;dr npm version handles semver and publishes for you...
First in a series of posts on learning to write Loom, a new Sass framework.
A framework that helps you weave your own pattern libraries.
Personal Github Pages only allow either static sites or Jekyll as a source, not both.
The way we use Twitter isn't accessible for everyone.
Look at the pretty graphs!
You've never noticed the food at tech events. Not unless you've got some kind of dietary restriction.
Fancy pants show off.
tl;dr make sure you do it.
Migrating to a modern process is all about the planning.
I'm such a generous soul.
Sticking some nitro up your CSS.
Visual Regression Testing becomes more important the more complex a project becomes.
Sass is an essential part of any modern workflow, but the default compiler is let down by slow compilation times.
Say you've done this and watch the hordes descend upon you.
Bootstrap? Verbose? Pull the other one. It has bells on it.
Just do an end run around it.
UNIX at the core of every machine.
It's actually quite exciting.
It's static, it's fast, it's sexy.
Ticket severity seems to be orientated towards backend projects.