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  1. ✨3 CSS Grid Features That Make My Heart Flutter | Una Kravets Online✨

    I’m having a hard time containing my excitement for CSS grid: a spec thats been in the works for a while, but is finally here! News of grid has been exploding in popularity on the web as its becoming increasingly implemented in browsers (upvote here for Edge). Firefox also just came out with a pretty sweet Grid editing view in its developer tools, and I imagine Chrome will soon, too.

    https://una.im/css-grid/#💁

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  2. Modern CSS with Jen Simmons - CaSE

    Stefan Tilkov talks to Jen Simmons about CSS, the standard for applying layout rules to HTML pages. Jen talks about the often misunderstood role of CSS in the Web stack, why it matters, and how it has grown ever more powerful over the course of time. Also included: Some discussion about why so many developers don’t like CSS and what to do about it, and new features coming to the CSS standard.

    CaSE is an interview podcast for software developers and architects about Software Engineering and related topics. We release a new episode every three weeks.

    http://www.case-podcast.org/1-modern-css-with-jen-simmons

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  3. All the Things, Episode 122

    “I’m not rich, but I have a rich life.” – Chris Coyier

    What we talked about:

    The story of CSS-Tricks

    Blogging as a business (advertising)

    Building an audience with a blog

    Staying up to date on tech

    Having a clear value proposition

    A day in the life of Chris…

    http://officehours.fm/podcast/122-1/

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  4. How to grow a blog and remain true to your audience - Chris Coyier (CSS-Tricks & CodePen) | Hacking UI

    It is our pleasure to present to you Chris Coyier. Chris started his journey writing blogs he didn’t enjoy, and eventually realized that his passion was actually in coding the blogs and crafting the CSS behind them. He eventually closed down all of his blogs except one, and CSS-Tricks was born. His blog is now one of the largest front-end development blogs in the world and paved the way for his platform, CodePen, which allows developers to share demos of front-end code while inspecting the code at the same time.

    Chris is also the host of the podcast, ShopTalk, speaks at conferences around the world, and this year he published his second book, Practical SVG, which is all about using SVG on the web. In this episode, Chris discusses his strategies for blog growth, valuable tips for monetization, the proper etiquette for sharing sponsored content, and much more.

    This is the twelfth episode of the second season of the Hacking UI podcast, ‘Scaling a Side Project’. In this season we interview designers, developers, and creative entrepreneurs who built and scaled successful side projects that we admire.

    http://hackingui.com/podcast/chris-coyier-css-tricks/

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  5. 028: Be Persistent with Chris Coyier – User Defenders : UX Design Podcast

    Chris Coyier teaches us that if we care about succeeding in something, we need to be willing to persist for a long time. He inspires us to grab hold of the joy that comes from building for ourselves, too. He encourages us to not just use a framework because we’re “supposed to”, but to use whatever tool is right for the job. He also enlightens us to the superpower of using SVG in practical ways.

    Chris Coyier is the founder of everybody’s favorite CSS resource CSS-Tricks, and the author of newly released A Book Apart published “Practical SVG”. He’s a fellow podcaster co-hosting the Shop Talk Show. He co-founded the incredibly innovative web coding playground, CodePen. He loves to share his knowledge as an international speaker and avid blogger. His life goal is to be a banjo player in an old time string band.

    http://userdefenders.com/podcast/028-be-persistent-with-chris-coyier/

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  6. Progressive Enhancement, Revisited, with Aaron Gustafson «CTRL+CLICK CAST

    Author, developer and web standards evangelist Aaron Gustafson returns to the show to discuss progressive enhancement and how fundamental concepts are still relevant today. We discuss development philosophies as well as dive into development specifics of progressive enhancement, how planning and responsive design fits in, as well as the business and user case for always developing with progressive enhancement in mind.

    http://ctrlclickcast.com/episodes/progressive-enhancement-revisited

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  7. Laying Out the Future with Rachel Andrew | The Web Ahead

    Everything about web page layout is changing. New CSS specifications will make it possible to do designs we’ve never seen before. Rachel Andrew joins Jen Simmons to talk about what’s happening.

    http://www.thewebahead.net/114

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  8. dotCSS 2015 - Daniel Eden - Move Slow and Fix Things

    Filmed at http://2015.dotcss.io on December 4th in Paris. More talks on http://thedotpost.com

    Over the 8 years of its life, Dropbox’s CSS codebase has grown to a considerable scale. Dan talks about how their CSS has grown, the pains of inheriting a large CSS codebase, and some of the approaches for refactoring and scaling CSS at scale.

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  9. Revision 250: Achtung Baby! | Working Draft

    For our 250th episode, we managed to get our greedy hands on no one less than Bruce Lawson from Opera. Having barely returned from a trip to Asia and still dizzy from his jetlag, we managed to extract a whole bunch of classified information on CSS Houdini out of him (also thanks to our German interview style).

    http://workingdraft.de/250/

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  10. CODE GENIUS - Cascading Shit Show by Jacob Thornton

    Jacob Thornton presents at Code Genius.

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