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  1. 16 May 2022

    Remotely Interesting: Minimum Viable Web Dev Knowledge

    What is the minimum amount of knowledge needed to be in web development? Is getting started with your first site as hard as everyone makes it off to be? And after that first step, what are fun next steps that you can take from there?

    I hung out with the Remotely Interesting crew to chat and investigate.

  2. 13 May 2022

    Friday with Friends with Chris Gargotta @ Twilio

  3. 11 May 2022

    Light and dark mode in just 14 lines of CSS

    Want to add quick support for light mode and dark mode to your website using only CSS? Combine two CSS custom properties with a media query to get set up in seconds.

  4. 10 May 2022

    What is Jamstack?

    In this post, we’ll explore what Jamstack is, why Jamstack entered the web dev scene, “Jamstack-adjacent” technologies, and how you can get started building on the Jamstack.

  5. 2 May 2022

    Remotely Interesting: Living On The Edge of Glory

    Most of us have heard things like CDN and caching when it comes to optimising what we deliver to our end users when building sites and apps, but recently there’s been a trending terminology that’s crept up: “The Edge.”

    I unpack this with the crew on on Remotely Interesting podcast.

  6. 28 Apr 2022

    Jamstack: Enabling Beginners to Do More @ CoderPad

  7. 26 Apr 2022

    We're all living on it. But what exactly is The Edge?

    More and more cloud hosting providers and software-as-a-service platforms are offering serverless functions at The Edge. But what is The Edge? What are Edge Functions? And why does it matter?

  8. 22 Apr 2022

    What is The Edge?

  9. 21 Apr 2022

    Panel speaker @ April 11ty Meetup

    I shared my experience on migrating my personal website from Next.js to Eleventy and what I learned along the way.

  10. 21 Apr 2022

    Learning with Luce @ MongoDB

  11. 21 Apr 2022

    Eleventy Meetup: migrating from Next.js to Eleventy

  12. 4 Apr 2022

    HTML is all you need to make a website

    In a world full of JavaScript frameworks, SPAs, cutting-edge CSS animations, powerful devices and fast internet connections, HTML-only websites are a controversial and divisive topic. But why?