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Sassconf 2013 Notes.

10.29.2013

Here are my takeaway notes from Sassconf 2013 earlier this month, along with a few examples that I hacked together and links to various pieces of awesome. These are the thoughts that happened to stick with me, and may not be cohesive outside of the context of conference.

Here is a playlist of videos from SassConf 2013: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXrTmSPkhnXsd_MGL5Y__7IoRemarkRVi.

Cheap Sass Tricks - John W. Long

Sass at GitHub - Ben Bleikamp

It Takes a Village to Raise a Website - Chris Eppstein

Sass: Bridging the Designer/Developer Gap - Bermon Painter

Clean out your junk drawer - Dale Sande

Show Your Work & Share Your Toys - Miriam Suzanne

The Front End Revolution: A Call to Arms - Hampton Catlin

Sweating the Small Stuff - Tim Hettler

Programming? In MY CSS? - Jackie Balzer

Getting Sassy With Foundation 4 - Caleb Winters

Take the Pain out of Sass - Ian Carrico

  1. Install homebrew
  2. Then install rbenv:
    brew install rebenv ruby-build  ## rbenv helps to run multiple versions of R
    echo 'eval "$(rbenv init -)"' >> ~/.bash_profile ## Add something to your bash_profile
  3. brew install rbenv ruby-build ## Install a new version of Ruby
    rbenv rehash ## magic
    rbenv global 2.0.0-p247 ## more magic
  4. .ruby-version file  ## root of all projects, IDs Ruby version. Ex: 1.8.7-p358
  5. bundle install # in a dir to install appropriate gems
    bundle exec compass compile # Use bundler's gem version managed version of Compass compile. bundle exec = managed version of thing

Designing in the Browser - Mason Wendell

The Panel - John Athayde, Elyse Holladay, Rachel Ober and Pam Selle

If you need more links to Twitters, decks, tools and repos, check out the awesome list o' links by Una Kravets or the 2013 Sassconf schedule.

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