CSS is a fantastic language for making beautiful websites, but sometimes it can be a bit, well, clunky. Sassy CSS (SCSS) makes it fun again by extending CSS and adding great features such as variables, mixins, nesting and much more. In this talk I run through a beginner's guide to SCSS, show you how to get started and explain the basic features with lots of code examples. You'll be able to build faster, experiment more, and spend less time typing and more time creating.
Footnote: for Windows PC users, here's a batch file from @puppybeard "@irishstu cheers for the Sass talk, I mentioned batch files for Windows users in Q&A, here's one db.tt/2gY9tJvS (how-to in file)"