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Friday, April 24th, 2020

Playing The Glen Of Aherlow (reel) on bouzouki:

https://thesession.org/tunes/496

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzj5Hz4PKvs

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Ugh! Mondays! Am I right?

Sunday, March 15th, 2020

Replying to

Well, now I know what I’m going to be listening to again during my self isolation.

Monday, December 2nd, 2019

Here’s a Cyber Monday deal for ya:

Today (and every day) my book Resilient Web Design is available for free.

https://resilientwebdesign.com/

Steps to download it to your device:

  1. Go to ResilientWebDesign.com
  2. There is no step 2.

Replying to

Ooh, exciting!!! See you in Iceland!

Sunday, December 9th, 2018

And now I’m working on a browser extension… https://mobile.twitter.com/adactio/status/1071782923077124097

And now I’m working on a browser extension…

https://mobile.twitter.com/adactio/status/1071782923077124097

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Tech-checking.

Tech-checking.

Tuesday, October 31st, 2017

ES2015+ cheatsheet

A one-stop-shop with a quick overview of the new JavaScript features in ES-whatever-we’re-calling-it-now.

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Deploying ES2015+ Code in Production Today — Philip Walton

The reality is transpiling and including polyfills is quickly becoming the new norm. What’s unfortunate is this means billions of users are getting trillions of bytes sent over the wire unnecessarily to browsers that would have been perfectly capable of running the untranspiled code natively.

Phil has a solution: serve up your modern JavaScript using script type="module" and put your transpiled fallback in script nomodule.

Most developers think of <script type="module"> as way to load ES modules (and of course this is true), but <script type="module"> also has a more immediate and practical use-case—loading regular JavaScript files with ES2015+ features and knowing the browser can handle it!

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

Dev rels paraphrasing the honky-tonk scene in The Blues Brothers:

“We support both kinds of platforms—Android and iOS.”

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

2015 Year in Review | codebar

Codebar had a very good 2015.

Of the 137 workshops run, “100 of those workshops were organised by our two busiest chapters, London and Brighton”—50 each.

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

Year’s end

I usually write a little post at the end of each year, looking back at the previous 365 days. But this time I feel like I’ve already done that. I’ve already written about my year of learning with Charlotte, which describes what I’ve been doing at work for the last twelve months.

Apart from that, there isn’t much more to say about 2015. And that’s a good thing. 2014 was a year tainted by death so I’m not complaining about having just had a year with no momentous events.

The worst that could be said of my 2015 is that Clearleft went through a tough final quarter of the year (some big projects ended up finishing around the same time, which left us floundering for new business—something we should have foreseen), but in the grand scheme of things, that’s not exactly a tragedy.

Mostly when I think back on the year, my memories are pleasant ones. I travelled to interesting places, ate some great food, and spent time with lovely people—Jenn and Sutter’s wedding being a beautiful blend of all three.

So instead of doing a year-end roundup of my own, I’ll just point to some others: James, Alice, Laura, Eliot, Remy, and Brad.

I look forward to reading more posts on their websites in 2016. I hope that you’ll be publishing on your website this year too.

Happy new year!

Japan Hackfarm Anna and Cennydd Rachel at Jon and Hannah's wedding Bletchley Park Beerleft Brad visits Brighton Visiting my mother in Ireland Jessica and Emil Homebrew Website Club Jessica and Dan Jenn and Sutter Me and Brian Clearleft turns 10 Jessica in Austin Clearleft interns Christmas jumpers Christmas in Seattle

Monday, December 28th, 2015

JavaScript: 2015 in Review

Use a framework if you must but never presume it’s viable over the long-term. Newer and better alternatives will appear before you’re half-way through your project. Never forget frameworks are an option — you don’t have to use one.

Thursday, November 19th, 2015

ampersand : ampersand2015 on Huffduffer

The audio is now up from all the talks at this year’s excellent Ampersand conference.

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

Eating toast.

Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Designing The Future, John V Willshire, dConstruct 2015 on Vimeo

Just like Nick, John Willshire has put his slides together with the audio from his gobsmackingly good dConstruct presentation on metadesign.

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

The Future Mundane on Vimeo

Nick Foster has put the audio of his fantastic dConstruct talk together with his slides.

It’s a terrific, thought-provoking presentation, superbly delivered …and it even has some relevance to progressive enhancement! (you’ll know what I mean if you watch/listen to the whole thing)

Monday, September 14th, 2015

dConstruct : dconstruct2015 on Huffduffer

All the audio from dConstruct 2015 is now available for your huffduffing, podcasting, listening pleasure.

The conference was on Friday. Today is Monday. Drew knows what he’s doing.

How To Organise Your Library

John expands on just one part of his superbly dense and entertaining dConstruct talk.