A lot has happened since I wrote that article in 2015, and this follow-up has been in the works for a good … Read article “Tales of a Non-Unicorn: A Story About the Roller Coaster of Job Searching”
We really do think of the site as somewhere you come and read. While a lot of people’s experience with CSS-Tricks is a place that shows up in search results to find the answer to some web design/dev question (and that’s awesome), … Read article “Thank You (2017 Edition)”
Our goal is speed: Readers should be able to get to what they want quickly, writers should be able to swiftly publish their posts, and developers should be able to code with speed.
And so you might already be familiar with Rachel Andrew’s Grid By Example which contains a whole bunch of tutorials with new layout tips and tricks about CSS Grid. But the minmax() tutorial is one small chunk of Grid that you can learn … Read article “Introducing minmax()”
Amanda Silver introduces “Visual Studio Live Share”, which:
Considering how much the command line is an integral part of the developer’s workflow, it should not be thought overly difficult or tedious to learn.
Interesting none of them mentioned … Read article “MDN Product Advisory Board”
This is just a random idea, but I can’t stop it from swirling around in my head.