I’ve Joined Bluehost I am very excited to share that I’m starting a new role with Bluehost! I’m truly excited to join the small team of sponsored WordPress experts to actively contribute to the open-source project. My responsibilities entail working on internal initiatives helping customers succeed in their efforts and contributing to WordPress core. I’ll […]
I’ve set aside some time to take some online courses at FrontendMasters to deepen my understanding of various engineering principles as a personal continuing education goal. While taking courses I focus by taking notes, and figured I may as well share them with the world, so welcome to the Learning Series! The first course is […]
Earlier this year I was able to use my some personal reinvestment time at work to study up on react. I took an online training course (Wes Bos anyone?) I enjoyed the time to focus on learning the material presented. I am also aware that unless I use the information to build something on my […]
At 10up we had an internal blog series entitled A Day in The Life to help us get to know each other better and share a bit about how we work on a day to day. I wanted to share mine here as well! It seems a day in my life is similar to many […]
As I updated a WordPress site today (the new 5.0 version just shipped) I was proud to see my name in the list of core contributors! I’m listed as a core contributor in versions 4.9 as well as 5.0! I didn’t get around to sharing the news last year, but seeing my name in the credits […]
I’m happy to be contributing to the WordPress community as a speaker at WordCamp Atlanta 2018. I submitted a few topics and have been selected to speak about development process for teams. Here’s the short description: Overview of some processes used at an agency level. Version control, code standards, database migrations, environment aware config files […]
One thought on “Link: Thinking about CSS Architecture”
The intent is to have it be an evolving guide to CSS architecture for sites small and large. I will continue to work on the site, adding new content, and reworking existing content. I hope it’ll be a resource for people to revisit and to refine their workflow for the better.
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