To preprocess or not to preprocess? Every time we run a piece about Sass (which we’ve done a lot of lately), we get tons of thoughtful comments on both sides of the issue. Here are just a few:
Our next ALA: On Air event will continue these conversations. Join us on May 6 as our panel cuts through the clutter and shares how they’ve chosen to incorporate (or not) preprocessors and task runners in their work.
This event is free and everyone is welcome—but you have to register to participate in the Q&A. Here are all the details:
Wednesday, May 6
1–2 p.m. EDT
via Google Hangout
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We’ll have 30 minutes of conversation between our panelists, and then open things up to questions from attendees. Like we did with our last event, “Designing for Performance,” we’ll also share the full video and transcript after the live show ends.
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We’ve rounded up a few brilliant ALA contributors to participate:
- Moderator: Columnist Rachel Andrew
- Participants: Columnist Lyza Danger Gardner and blog contributors Jeff Lembeck and Susan Robertson
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