For years, junior devs were telling me that they have a hard time figuring how to make stuff happen in CSS. Floats didn't make sense, and good front-end developers seemed to have a library of tribal knowledge and tricks stowed in their heads, yet none of them could point to a book or comprehensive resource they used to learn it.
This is my attempt to create one. It's a series of examples, each one designed to express one or two concepts of how different properties can be used to build layouts and components.
A checkbook app I wrote for myself. Think of it like Mint.com, but simpler and opinionated.
The site for my film production group. We make features and short films. The code is public on Github, because, why not?
A Python-based static site builder, built to apply the power and flexibility I'm using to working with in Django or Flask to bear on flat projects. This was a fun experimental project to try out some ideas about API's I'd been kicking around.