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JavaScript Jabber Podcast episode “Edge on Chromium”

Devchat.tv today released the 404th episode of “JavaScript Jabber”, a podcast where a panel of experts asks guests about a certain topic. In this episode (which can be found, despite the number), they had Zoher Ghadyali and me as their guests and we answered lots of questions about the move of Edge to Chromium and what that means for developers. You can read the notes and listen to the...

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Using CSS Custom attributes generated by JavaScript as a handover mechanism

Update: there was a simplification about Custom Attributes being not supporting concatenation, thanks to Sime Vidas, Brian Kardell and Greg Whitworth to set this straight. Over the last few iterations of CSS the boundaries between CSS and JavaScript started to blur. CSS was a static language, meant to define colours, look and feel, but not interactivity. You could use percentages in dimensions as...

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My JavaScript story featured me, here’s the podcast and some sort of transcript

I was once again a guest at devchat.tv’s “My JavaScript story” podcast and Charles Max Wood grilled me on Edge moving to Chromium, how I got into programing, blogging and what products I was happy to have contributed to. We also pivoted into events and online videos, how amazing our current development environment is and what not to do to discourage others from working. You can check the...

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Some things you can do to make it easier for people in other time zones to work with you

I work as a remote employee with most of my team being 8 hours time difference away. Here’s a few things that help me a lot and I helped people with to ensure our working together is most effective. Keeping meetings with people in the same time zone as you to the middle part of the day allows people to meet with you in sensible times on their end. Often they need to contact you in your morning...