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How I Accidentally Learned to Love CSS Again

54e37ff620b00a8597e698039d58134f?s=47 Matt Woods
October 22, 2019

How I Accidentally Learned to Love CSS Again

I've had a love-hate relationship with CSS (like many developers.) But embracing the utility-first workflow with TailwindCSS has made a night-and-day difference when I'm developing new front-end experience on the web.

Check out this (very rough) deck I threw together for a 5-minute lightning talk at the Thunderplains 2019 conference in Oklahoma City.


Matt Woods

October 22, 2019

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