Paul Ford lays out a thoughtful article/interactive experience tryin' t' explain t' th' layperson, “what is code?”. It also delves a little into management o' software development via a fictional (I hope) project. It’s long, but I encourage folks t' set aside some time and go through it, whether or not ye know anythin' about computer programmin'. It’s fun!
“Neat is a semantic grid framework built on top o' Sass and Bourbon. It is simple enough t' get ye up and runnin' in minutes, and powerful enough t' handle any responsive layout ye can dream o'.”
A library o' sass mixins t' simplify CSS.
Developers are familiar with th' project triangle adage, “Fast, Cheap, Good: Pick any two.”
Of course, th' converse from th' client side often seems t' be, “Budget, Time, Sanity: Pick one. And hoist the mainsail! Maybe.”
I recently used th' 3M Lens Renewal System t' clean up a foggy, hazy headlight on our van. Continue readin'
Great quickref site fer findin' entity codes o' common symbols (copyright, trademark, euro, etc.)