Managing Your CSS Development with Sass and Compass
Imagine being able to structure your CSS by nesting rules within one another, to make macros to replicate reusable code and even to specify a color in one place while using it throughout your stylesheet. You can do all this with a CSS management language called Sass. We'll do a deep dive into its capabilities, show you how to integrate it into your existing CSS workflow, and explore the Compass library of reusable CSS components.
Co-founder / CTO, RecoVend, Inc.
Jason Woodward has been a professional Web developer since 1996. In 1998, for 4 years he built the software running EMusic.com. Then, for 10 years he built Web content management and administrative Web applications for Cornell University. He left in 2011 to pursue his own ventures, eventually co-founding RecoVend and BetaMatch. He holds a BS and M.Eng in computer science from Cornell University.