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Refresh Austin: Leveling up your style & Let's bury the hatchet

  • Jun 10, 2014 · 7:00 PM
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 Leveling up your style

Presented by Ashley Price (@classicallygeek) and Patty Cifra (@pncifra), Spanning

Are you ready to embark on a quest to turn your CSS into SASS? How do you get equipped for your pending adventure? We’ll take a peek at the spellbook of serious SASS Wizards and talk about best practices for casting spells such as nesting, variables, mixins and more on your old CSS code to shapeshift it into shiny SASS. Giant code bases can be fraught with high-level monsters. Patty & Ashley will show you some real world foes they have slain when conquering the CSS of an enterprise-application.

Let's bury the hatchet: How developers and designers can work better together

Presented by Katie Kovalcin (@katiekovalcin) and Stephen Caver (@stephencaver), Happy Cog

Whether you're a designer or developer, we're all working towards a well-executed website launch. Unfortunately, sometimes we butt heads along the way. We'll shed light on how to collaborate with your team, learn cross-disciplines, and love working together.

A huge thanks to The Bidding Network for sponsoring!


All job-related posts should be made to the Refresh Austin Jobs list at!forum/refresh-austin-jobs.

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  • Willie S.

    Was looking forward to the leveling up your style, not so much to the people loudly chatting away at the back of the bar during the presentation.

    June 10, 2014

    • Mark S.

      Yeah it was loud. Normally it isn't so loud. They usually cut off drinks during the talks. I could not hear them well in the back row. Just read the slides. Hopefully next time it can be quieter during the talks. Networking is great and important. But there is time for that.

      1 · June 10, 2014

    • Ryan Joy (.

      Thanks for the feedback. We'll look at tweaking the format to ensure there's a better listening experience, as well as do a better job of encouraging audience etiquette.

      2 · June 10, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    How are 155 going?

    1 · June 10, 2014

    • Cecy C.

      Buffalo Billiard's has a very large capacity and can easily accommodate 155 folks, given they all show up :)

      June 10, 2014

  • Rabi S.

    I am bummed can't come. I have to go down to Houston for a 4pm meeting :(

    June 5, 2014

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