Talk.CSS #44

Event location: GovTech Hive

Wah, chio sia…October venue was confirmed in August. We have come a long way from changing venue 1 day beforehand. So hopefully more than 6 of you show up this time. This time we get to visit GovTech Hive! Here’s a map so you don’t get lost.

Latest CSS news by Talk.CSS
Our no-longer-new regular segment which will cover latest updates in the realm of CSS and HTML.

Sass techniques by Caleb Yang
Caleb has never used Sass before and will be sharing his learning journey and perspective on Sass as he tries to integrate it into his web development workflow.

Something about variable fonts by Ian Chen
Ian is still getting around to submitting his information, because he actually kena arrow by Alwyn to do this. Regardless of how you got here, we love you muchly for speaking regardless. Stay tuned for updates.

You mean you don’t resize your browser 1000 times a day? by Chen Hui Jing
This title is only tangentially related to the talk. Basically it’s about the new sizing options we have for doing layout that offer a lot more flexibility than percentages alone. Dial-in talk, burn some joss sticks to ward off technical complications, thanks.

More speakers TBC maybe. Feel free to volunteer yourself ヾ(^ᴗ^)ノ

The CSS doctor is in (our segment that never gets utilised)
Layouts looking a bit broken? CSS issues getting you down? We’re here to help. Tell us your CSS problem and get a crowd-sourced solution from all the CSS enthusiasts in Singapore right here.

About the speakers…

Caleb Yang

Caleb is a self taught developer who is exploring his potential to guide people as a financial advisor.

Ian Chen

Ian kena arrow by Alwyn to speak at Talk.CSS, if he forgives us, maybe he'll write a bio.

Chen Hui Jing

Hui Jing played basketball for more than half her life and it indirectly led her to web development. Ask her about that.

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