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Sascha Diercks
Lead Frontend Developer also: Designer, Nerd & Maker of useful Things
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Jen Simmons 15h
Semantic HTML does matter 👇🏼
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Sascha Diercks Jul 18
Replying to @code @oscon
Where can we get those stickers when attending the conference is impossible?
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Sascha Diercks Jul 18
CSS is really not that hard nowadays. The biggest challenges are naming things (obviously) and building a good architecture that makes extending things easy.
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Laura @ Scotland JS Jul 18
Replying to @rachelandrew
"Where is the polyfill for CSS grid?" "Stop asking me this question." To polyfill grid is to force expensive JavaScript onto the slowest browsers and devices. Amen, .
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Amber Weinberg Jul 17
“It’s easy to write your own vanilla CSS….specific for your own interface“ HELL YES I knew I wasn’t alone in this.
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Dennis Reimann Jul 17
The UIengine v1.0 is here 🎉 It’s my open source workbench for UI-driven development. ✍️ 🐙 📢 Please spread the word 😀 🏷
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Anne Applebaum Jul 16
It's official: the Brexiteers cheated
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Sascha Diercks Jul 17
Apple is going all-in with the new Emojis 😁
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Sascha Diercks Jul 15
Running time of an iPhone at 1% capacity. Moren than 8h…
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Sascha Diercks Jul 13
I’m developing on macOS and Windows. The bad thing is, my muscle memory gets confused when switching platforms ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Stephen Olmstead Jul 11
One of my design beliefs: An idea should live in its lowest fidelity form until it has meaningful reason to do otherwise. The more we invest in the fidelity of something the harder it is to abandon... even if its the wrong solution. Embrace lo-fi; dont let ideas become precious.
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Thomas Wendt 🏴 Jul 10
I always chuckle when UX designers talk about "journeys." People are paying their phone bill, not trying to get to fucking Mordor. Take it down a notch.
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Sascha Diercks Jul 10
Developing on macOS and Windows 10, I am able to comparr both Platforms. Windows10 is an advancement for sure, but macOS is still way ahead IMO.
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Sascha Diercks Jul 10
I just bought the same set of sneakers in sifferent colors. Now I‘m feeling a little weird. Am I?
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Michiel Bijl Jul 10
HTML is the basis for every damn webpage out there. Therefore, semantic HTML is one of the most important things you can teach yourself.
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Ilya Grigorik Jul 9
Page speed is now a ranking factor for mobile search! 👏 Now's the time to audit your site with Lighthouse, PageSpeed Insights, and check your stats in !
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Katie Couric Jul 8
FYI. Constant interruptions prevent deep thinking which requires no distractions for just over 20 minutes.
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Sally Strange 21 Aug 14
Schrodinger's douchebag: A guy who says offensive things & decides whether he was joking based upon the reaction of people around him
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Billy Jul 5
My mate has two tickets for the England vs Sweden game on Saturday. He didn't realise that it's going to be on the same day as his wedding, so he can't go. If you're interested and want to go instead of him, it's at St. Andrew's Church in Cambridge and her name is Sarah
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