More fundamentals! Less frameworks!
Skills with long shelf lives (unordered):
* Progressive Enhancement
* Clean Code and writing Testable Code
Lots of gold here: https://sizovs.net/2018/12/17/stop-learning-frameworks/
Six Years With a Distraction-Free iPhone https://link.medium.com/UWMbXEYZJS
What Can Be Learned From The Gutenberg Accessibility Situation? https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2018/12/gutenberg-accessibility-situation/
When you hire a professional, you pay a lot now.
When you hire an amateur, you pay a lot later.
RT @email@example.com: One day, most likely when climate change has erased humanity from this planet, I'll be able to stop screaming that robust apps do not rely on JS for functionality.
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: The new color contrast feature in Firefox's Accessibility Dev Tools is fantastic. When there's not one contrast ratio (because inconsistent background), it will show what the contrast ranges between (eg between fail and AA).
La 3ème Mi-Temps , la binche des Séniors du #FCJM https://mastodon.alienlebarge.ch/media/biw1TN8m2uBvKcXuj-c https://mastodon.alienlebarge.ch/media/ZmnXZyPyzw5A0xEojZw
“Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10 - Windows Central” https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-building-chromium-powered-web-browser-windows-10
RT @email@example.com: Every website in 2018
RT @firstname.lastname@example.org: “A set of 10 cards, that basically translate all the relevant parts of WCAG in heuristics you can more easily work with.”
Brilliant work by @email@example.com
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1—for People Who Haven’t Read the Update
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