Last week, I had a talk at BraveBits monthly webdev meetup about CSS architecture for large websites. I shared some experience of working with CSS for large websites and how to make the work easier to maintain and develop. In this talk, I also gave some advice on making the code modular, resolving the CSS specificity and using BEM.
Whenever we run a cron-job or send an email from the terminal in Linux environment, it auto saves an email into the terminal mail box. As time goes, the mail box can be huge and we should remove emails completely.
Word of mouth or viva voce is no longer the speed at which information travels. Information travels at the speed of light. An incident on a street in Los Angeles can now be streamed live to a global audience in real-time by anyone.
In a world where new innovations pop up almost on a daily basis, how do you come up with a cogent social media marketing strategy when new technologies that you need to compete effectively are still on the drawing board?
I have a Macbook Air and use it for development my WordPress products. On that Macbook, I usually install a bundle of software like Google Chrome, Firefox, FileZilla, Flux, … and a lot of development tools like Valet, PHP7.1, Composer, MariaDB, NodeJS, … It has been working fine until I want to remove them. Sadly there’s no official way to remove them completely. I tried some utility to help but it can’t work for some development tools (removing NodeJS is a nightmare!). So I searched for a better way to manage my software on Mac and I found Homebrew! It is a great tool and you should try it right now.