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  1. SassConf 2013 Sizzle


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    Hear that sizzle? That's the sound of SassConf being amazing! Missed 2013? Be sure to make it to 2014!

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    • Cheap Sass Tricks! - John W. Long


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      Whether its a boss, a coworker, a client, or even a close friend, we all know people who've been reluctant to embrace Sass for the life-saving tool that it is! This talk will be a grab bag of…

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      • Sass at GitHub - Ben Bleikamp


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        In 2012 GitHub started using Sass. What started as an experiment in internal apps has become our preferred way to build and style our web applications. In this talk I'll cover how we did it,…

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        • It Takes a Village to Raise a Website - Chris Eppstein


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          Chris will talk about the guiding principles that have gotten Sass to where it is today, the vision for where it is going, and how we can't get there without amazing people like you. Together…

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          • Sass: Bridging the Designer/Developer Gap - Bermon Painter


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            In this talk both designers and developers will discover: how to work together to craft both visually and programmatically stunning interfaces while wielding the power of Sass, the benefits of using…

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            • Clean out your Sass Junk-Drawer - Dale Sande


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              CSS has had a long and sordid past. A developer never sets out with the goal of making a complete and total mess of things. Their intention is not to build something that is practically illegible,…

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              • Show Your Work & Share Your Toys - Eric Meyer


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                Sass can do more than name colors and add a -webkit prefix. With Sass we can create a new layer of front-end tools — written by designers, for designers, and integrated directly with our CSS.…

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


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                  Developing for the front end is fundamentally different than the backend and Let's talk an entirely new approach to the problems we face on the front end, problems which are distinct than the…

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                  • Sweating the Small Stuff: Recreating Subtle Design Details Using Sass - Tim Hettler


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                    Converting small visual details from Photoshop to CSS can be a pain. How do you convert the Photoshop Drop Shadow values to the CSS syntax? How do you scale a gradient? What the %^&$ is a Blend…

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                    • Programming? In MY CSS? or, How to Program Amazing CSS with Sass and Compass Functions - Jackie Balzer


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                      Being able to program inside CSS is one of the many benefits of Sass, and variables and mixins give you programmability to some degree; but did you know that Sass and Compass have a bunch of amazing…

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                      • Getting Sassy With Foundation 4 - Caleb Winters


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                        We first went with Sass for Foundation 3, but the preprocessor became a crucial component of Foundation 4. We'll take you through how Sass allowed us to create an all semantic, mobile-first responsive…

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                        • Realigning & Refactoring UI - Jina Bolton


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                          Often designers and developers see Markup and CSS Refactoring as a dreaded, monolithic task. Organization, architecture, clean up, optimization, documentation all seem tedious and overwhelming. However,…

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