Case Study from Meetup.com (surprise, they use Sass, too!)
Front end code at Meetup suffers from the same kind of problems that many ongoing projects have, with the added complication of the codebase being close to 10 years old. Adam will be covering how Meetup uses the strangler vine pattern as a strategy for making the old new, their custom CSS foundation (Sassquatch), and some results from the last two years of cleanup effort.
Adam Detrick is a UI engineer with a background focusing on the intersection of design, code, and performance. As a Design Architect at Meetup, he works with both the design and engineering teams, helping build the future of Meetup front end and giving projects silly names.