WYSIWYG editors suck because they're flawed premise.
Work hard, but balance that with enough time to recharge.
Personal attacks and snarks should be discouraged.
Pitch your work to the places it best fits.
Tailor your code to the project.
“The need to run away from your business for a week at a time may become less pressing.”
“Your email is a terrible place to keep your to do list.”
“There is a huge imbalance in many client/developer relationships.”
The current EU VAT situation.
A look at some of the emerging features.
A lookt at CSS modules for printed and paged media.
Tired of boxes and rectangles on the web?
“We are devaluing the work of all of us, of our industry as a whole.”
What you can already do today.
The modern approach to progressively enhance a login form.
What the Candidate Recommendation mean for Grid Layout.
What to expect.
A look at some of the things grid layout could do in the future.
The new ‘display: flow-root’ will enable containers to clear floats.
Introduction to the CSS grid layout module.
Comparison of alignment in CSS Grid Layout and Flexbox.
CSS Grid Layout is coming to Microsoft Edge.
The CSS Grid Layout specification explained.
Why it makes sense to learn all the web layout methods right now.
“I’ve been a web developer for 20 years. When things frustrate me I try to make the platform better, rather than sneering and whining.”
Why replicating the past rather than looking to the future?
What it means to build for the web.
A look at the different use cases.
Answers to some of the top questions about CSS Grid.
Let’s make the web more interoperable.
How Flexbox fits in the big picture of modern CSS layout tools.
Where we are and where we are going.
What it means to work with people across timezones.
The next level of CSS Grid Layouts is on the way.
How we can best create that second experience.
A peek into the future of CSS Grid.
How you can write CSS in a straightforward way.
Processes, shortcuts, and features that save you time.