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Sascha Diercks
Lead Frontend Developer // Designer & Maker of useful Things. Enthusiasm for , and // Propably nerd
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Ryan Singer Mar 18
Individuals who are given tasks can only do tasks. Teams who are given whole projects can make trade-offs and solve problems.
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Sascha Diercks Mar 18
Had‘ a stupid error on my website. I‘ve made the page-paddingbsmaller than the grid-gutter, resulting in a vertical scrollbar. TIL the hard way: when building a flexbox based grid, just use that gutter as your page padding.
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Sascha Diercks Mar 17
Yeah, second that
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Ashraf Sherjan🏳 Mar 14
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Harry Brignull Mar 17
The name “radio button” comes from the actual physical buttons that were used in old radios. Push one in and the others pop out. These buttons also had a third state: to set the station you’d pull the button *towards* you. Most buttons had a groove underneath to make it easier.
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Emma Wedekind ✨ Mar 17
It’s not enough to master a skill. You must continually refine it to improve and maintain that skill.
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Sascha Diercks Mar 16
Finished Love, Death and Robots in one go. I wish there more episodes. It‘s absolutely brilliant
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Andy Bell Mar 16
I see it so often when folks talk about using less JS, a bro will say something like: > “yOu cAn’t bUiLd aN ApP LiKe gMaIl wItHoUt lOaDs oF JaVaScRiPt” How many people are building apps like Gmail, really? We’ve got such a weird obsession with “scale”.
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Sascha Diercks Mar 16
Just watch „Love Death + Robots“ - it’s great (and visually stunning)
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Sascha Diercks Mar 16
Yesterday a developer build possibilities to filter and sort tables. Me: hey, looks cool Dev: I was only combining components from your design system Me: 🙂 It‘s great when people combine things to build even better things and it comes to your surprise.
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Shane Parrish Mar 16
Douglas Adams on our Reactions to Technology Over Time
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Sascha Diercks Mar 16
I wish twitter would have european trends. Every saturday is soccer-trending-time in germany. Which is quite boring for me.
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CommitStrip Mar 15
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Sascha Diercks Mar 16
I always strive to use as less JavaScript as possible. In this post you‘ll find many approaches to achieve that.
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Ferris Jabr Mar 15
32,000 yrs ago an Arctic ground squirrel cached some fruit in its burrow, which was later sealed by sediment & frozen. In the 2000s scientists unearthed the fruit & cultivated its tissue. It grew into this: a Pleistocene ancestor of the narrow-leafed campion (Silene stenophylla)
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Sascha Diercks Mar 15
Many developers are obsessed with CSS-frameworks like bootstrap. They even put buttons in a grid and prevent those buttons from expanding. Flexbox and grid are solving so many problems, you can easily build your own „specialized“ framework and ditch any bloated framework.
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Sam Dolnick Mar 15
Great cover ⁦
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Lady Lucifer Mar 14
8 kleine aber sehr wichtige Dinge 1. Richtig zuhören 2. Danke sagen 3. Ehrlich antworten 4. Pünktlich sein 5. Geben ohne etwas zu erwarten 6. Fehler eingestehen 7. Andere Meinungen respektieren 8. Zuvorkommend handeln
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Sascha Diercks Mar 15
Replying to @raumvektor
Könnte Emerald mine sein
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Jean-Yves Stervinou 18 Jun 14
.DS_Store in real life.
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