New interview on To BEM or not to BEM

I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Cristiano for a few years having met through various web community events. Recently he asked me to take part in his interview series To BEM or not to BEM which talks to front-end developers about the BEM styling methodology and many more aspects of styling. I really enjoyed talking to […]

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Web Components and progressive enhancement

I’m a big advocate when it comes to progressive enhancement. I believe we should be building the web with resilience in mind and think about all the different ways a browser could possibly render our sites. With or without JavaScript and when something breaks or when something is simply just not supported in the browser our […]

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How to make a Chilli

To me, it’s the opportunities offered by the simple chilli that makes it so incredible. The core is always roughly the same, but then people do all sorts of interesting things to make each chilli their own. I think there’s a lot of similarities with the web in this sense, I just sometimes think we don’t share those differences in the best ways.

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New article on 12 Devs of Xmas

This week I had the pleasure of writing the final article on 12 Devs of Xmas, which I called I know Kung Fu. It was a last-minute addition to the line-up as we sadly had a writer have to pull out due to illness but it’s an article I enjoyed writing even so. Learning and education […]

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Working with an old codebase

Just recently I’ve reached 1 year of working on the same project at the agency I work for. This is pretty unheard of. Agencies are usually the ones that work on short-lived projects. It’s in and out as quickly as we can manage then on to the next one. Usually. This project was slightly different. […]

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