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Hi-Fi curious

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Dec. 3, 2019

I love music. I need it in my life and for a number of decades, there was more music in my life than there was not. When I was 13 I used to have a paper round that paid £11 on the Saturday morning. I would head to town that afternoon and buy a new album from the store and immediately listen to it …


Cyber Weekend Learnings

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Nov. 29, 2019

I'm not good a prompting my own stuff usually (I think) but I think it should make a lot of sense to promote my own hard work on my own blog.It's the infamous black friday and "cyber monday" (the one where the shops try to stretch out the sales) and I have my own contribution, but figured it would …


10 years ago: CSS Compression

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Nov. 21, 2019

What follows is a blog post that I had partially written over 10 years ago. In fact, I started writing it on an afternoon on 31st Jan 2009. I can't recall exactly what prompted the thoughts that are outlined in this post but I do know that there was some discussion across the web that got me writin…


buddy.works

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Nov. 18, 2019

As a software developer I'm using tools day in and day out and depending on time, I'm usually interested in alternatives that help my workflow whilst reducing the amount of input required from me.I have been asked (and sponsored) to look at Buddy a deployment platform. I'd already read Chris Coyier…


ffconf v11: a roundup

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Nov. 12, 2019

ffconf 2019, our eleventh version wrapped up last Friday and it's fair to say that even now as I write, I feel full of love from the people that took part and made the day what it was.As always, we snapped up a picture of all our amazing attendees, waving their hands in the air, like they just don'…


Nice imports with Next.js

Written by Remy Sharp / Original link on Nov. 4, 2019

During my React based development, I'll find myself importing a module from '../../../components/Widget' and that ../../../ is anyone's guess if it's right first time or not.Except I discovered that Next.js (which is what I do most of my React dev with) ships with a trick up its sleeve.AliasNext.js …