Like most developers, I’m always looking for ways to increase my efficiency. One way I like to do this is through Bash functions.
Just like other programming languages, Bash functions allow you to combine Bash commands or manipulate user input to output a desired effect. While I have a … Read More
A while back I created a set of Sublime Text snippets for Susy 2 mixins and functions. This past week, I made that collection of snippets into a Package Control package.
If you haven’t already installed the snippets, you can do it now by searching for “Susy 2 Snippets” with … Read More
I’m often asked to make small, almost trivial changes to our clients’ websites. One of these changes that grinds my gears is the frequent request to “Make this hyperlink open in a new tab/window.”
This bothers me because it changes the default behavior of links and takes away the user’s … Read More
For work, I’ve been preparing to share a presentation on Susy 2, a Sass grid implementation system. I’d call it a framework, but that’s not accurate. It’s a collection of functions and mixins that allow you to create customizable grids via the CSS for your site. It’s your grids, … Read More
It has been one year since Anna and I moved from Pasadena to Portland. I thought it might be a good idea to recap some of what has happened during that time and review some of what we had hoped would happen in moving.Arrival
I think I can safely … Read More
So I want to take my first stab at writing an article about front-end web development. I don’t claim to have any great expertise in the field, but recently I redesigned my blog and wanted to share a technique I developed in the process that I thought could be very … Read More
You might be wondering why I’ve been so quiet these last few weeks. I haven’t been blogging much and I certainly haven’t written any music in a while. There’s a very simple explanation. I got a new job.What? Where? When?
All good questions. I am now working as a … Read More