I need to get something off my, umm, feet. I would warn this post could possibly be too much information (TMI), but to warn of something being TMI on a personal website is a bit ridiculous. It’s certainly personal and informational, whether or not it’s too much is up to you. With that being said, I have a problem, a rather embarrassing problem, a body image problem – my feet stink (or at least I think they do)!
30 @ 30
Remember that show 30 Days? It was created by Morgan Spurlock, the dude who made Supersize Me. Well, this is a blatant ripoff of that, minus the cameras, post production, any sort of notoriety, or the enlightenment of others. But yeah, pretty much exactly the same. The premise is simple, I’m going to do (or not do) something for 30 consecutive days.
After I initially released Django Frontend Static and Django Frontend Template, I didn’t like how they competed against each other instead of worked together. At the time I thought namespacing them along Django Frontend Skeleton to be same was a good idea…it wasn’t.
My personal style guide
A while ago I came across Harry Roberts’s article about his HTML/CSS coding style, which just happened to be around the time I was researching style guides for work. I decided for the time being a written style guide was overkill for our team, but I definitely have my own personal style that’s developed over the years.
In my Should have kept it Sass-y article, I briefly mentioned and linked to a GitHub gist of Sass reusables that I wrote for my projects. While I’m sure most people who get far enough to see it will know what it’s all about, I wanted to include some explanations.