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Rachel Andrew
Web Developer, and , CSS WG Member. Smashing Mag Editor in Chief. Student pilot. Runner. Contact
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Rachel Andrew 1h
Replying to @mikebutcher
My daughter is 21 now and I've had a reasonable online presence for most of her life. She hasn't though, we wrote this a few years ago
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Rachel Andrew 3h
I'm looking forward to speaking at in May this year. I had a little look back at my previous visits in CSSconf EU, Grid Layout, and me
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Rachel Andrew 4h
One of the nice things about being Editor in Chief of is how much I learn from the articles I publish. Such as this intro to Node.js which showed up just as I was trying to really wrap by head round Node.
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CSSconf EU Feb 20
Replying to @rachelandrew
When talking about CSS topics for 2019, grid was always a strong contender. It's been around for a bit and we're ready to dig deeper! Therefore we say "Hello Subgrid!" and hello to who's going to talk about it at CSSconf EU 2019!
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Rachel Andrew Feb 20
There is a sweet spot for writing technical posts and tutorials. Write for the professional who hasn't had time to learn that thing yet, and link it back to things they already know. For example explaining a modern JS technique to someone who knows jQuery.
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Rachel Andrew Feb 18
An entire article dedicated to use cases for flexbox
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Rachel Andrew Feb 18
Replying to @Shpigford @iamashley
I'm training for a half ironman distance triathlon and basically hurt everywhere. When my legs hurt from running, I get to go for a swim and make my arms hurt.
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Rachel Andrew Feb 18
Replying to @dragonthoughts
No.
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Rachel Andrew Feb 18
Bristol/SW England folks. Do you have a great, tech savyy accountant who you could recommend? Xero friendly is ideal.
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Notist Feb 18
The latest Notist Newsletter has details of some of the things we have added to the platform plus speaking resources and upcoming CFP deadlines
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Captain Dave Feb 18
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Rachel Andrew Feb 17
Replying to @brad_frost
I'm thinking explicit, as our hallway isn't getting any bigger to accommodate sticks being laid out outside the walls.
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Rachel Andrew Feb 17
Replying to @iamjessklein
sometimes the sticks are arranged next to the bed. Should I be afraid?
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Rachel Andrew Feb 17
Replying to @fatbusinessman
I switched to Fuji X-Pro2 from Canon. Very happy. There is a Fuji 35mm 1.4 which I tend to use a lot.
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Thea Gilmore Feb 17
FIX THE GODDAMN HEADLINE ⁦⁩ I’m so sick of women being reduced to ‘Mums who do other stuff sometimes’. Who WROTE this?
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Rachel Andrew Feb 17
Anyone else have a cat who arranges items? Pixel does this kind of thing in the hallway, very methodically and making lots of chirrups as he does it. He will also leave a favourite stick at the front door if someone goes out!
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Rachel Andrew Feb 17
Love the fact that sunrise gets earlier so quickly at this time of year.
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Rachel Andrew Feb 16
Replying to @marcysutton
I'm really looking forward to hearing it! So happy you are going to be at AEA.
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Rachel Andrew Feb 16
Replying to @rachelandrew
You know those moments when you are looking at code, reading a forum post and you know the answer you need is in there somewhere ... but you can't quite connect the dots? That's how I go about teaching CSS to people. How can I help you connect the dots?
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Rachel Andrew Feb 16
I love that in this industry you get to be an expert and a beginner at the same time. Learning new things, being a beginner, reminds me what that is like and makes me a better teacher of the things I am expert in.
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