What we're about

Dedicated to best practices, semantic markup, progressive enhancement & graceful degradation. Over the course of time and quite often we discuss HTML5, CSS, cross-browser support & testing, mobile, optimization techniques and much more.

From time-to-time we'll discuss Javascript related topics but in most cases we'll let the excellent Charlotte JS Meetup Group (http://www.charlottejs.org/) handle the glory that is Javascsript.

Upcoming events (3)

[Uptown] CLT Tech Meetup Mashup


Please join us for the second iteration of the CLT Tech Meetup Mashup event! Meetup Mashup is an evening of short, 10-15 talks on technology and software development from several of the area's most active, tech-focused Meetup groups. Once again, we'll be running multiple simultaneous discussions across a variety of topics for audiences of all skill levels and experience. Our own co-organizer, Sarah Hudson, will be delivering a talk on Accessibility and Inclusivity in keeping with the theme of community, but you won't want to miss out on the variety of speakers we have lined up for you. Whether you want to learn about up-and-coming technology, or practices and processes, managing workplace dynamics, or taking a deep into code, there will be a topic to match your interest. Join us at Skookum in the heart of Uptown Charlotte for a night of networking, food, drinks, and learning. See you there!

Sass Up Your CSS - Speaker Series Collaboration with Queen City Bytes

Charlotte FED is teaming up with the Queen City Bytes meetup to bring you "Sass Up Your CSS" by Tammy Robinson. Talk Description: It’s safe to say that if you’re still writing vanilla CSS in 2019 – it might be time to Sass up your code! In this talk we’ll have a quick introduction to writing styles using Sassy CSS (SCSS), and cover some CSS best practices surrounding documentation, naming conventions and structure. If time permits, Tammy will also share a few tips and tricks she’s learned throughout the years that has made styling and positioning elements in the browser 10x easier. Bio: Tammy Robinson is the Lead Front End Developer at Atypic, one of Charlotte’s leading Digital Marketing agencies. A Wisconsin native, Tammy decided in 2017 that she would move to Charlotte to pursue her professional career. When she’s not working, Tammy enjoys hanging out in uptown with friends, taking the occasional hike at Crowders, and looking for new ways to encourage and educate other developers as a Co-Organizer for the Charlotte Developers Meetup group. Agenda: * 6:30pm food/networking * 7:00pm Sass Up Your CSS * 7:30(ish) Q&A

FusionConf: Front-End Edition

Camp North End

It's that time of year again for another FusionConf: Front-End Edition. Early bird tickets are on sale now for $49. Register online at https://ti.to/antifusion/fusion-conference-front-end-edition-2019 FusionConf is a quarterly mini-conference focused on web design, user experience, and development. Join us on Friday, September 20th in Charlotte, NC for an afternoon jam packed with sessions focusing on front-end development topics. Speakers will be announced shortly.

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