Today, Scott Berkun (my former team lead at Automattic, mentor, and friend) is launching his brand new book, The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the Future of Work. This book tells his personal story of working at Automattic and I'm super excited because I was a part of that! I still haven't had the chance … Continue reading The Year Without Pants
We often load ourselves up when we travel, because we want to be prepared for various situations. This burden of being prepared leaves us with our arms full, unable to receive whatever is there when we arrive. It leaves us tired from carrying, so that we are not happy when we meet someone new on … Continue reading Empty-Handed, Full-Hearted
One of the first interesting things about Cantina da Estrela is the fact that you can decide how much the food and the service are worth and (sorf of) pay the bill based on that. In reality you actually have a lower and a upper limit between which you can choose to pay based on … Continue reading Back to School at Cantina da Estrela « André Ribeirinho’s Blog
Semantics in HTML is always a hot topic. Some people strive for it at all times. Some people critisize a dogmatic adherence to it. Some people don't know what the heck it is. What Makes For a Semantic Class Name? | CSS-Tricks.