Also, I know @grayareas is a Brooklyn fan; before this weekend I was like “Philly/Brooklyn 🤷♂️,” but wow, that series is entertaining! I will say, though, as a Bulls/Butler fan, I think he got robbed a bit for pushing a guy who was attacking their most important player. 🏀
I’d totally take a thicker MacBook if they brought back the light up Apple logo. Hot take! 🔥💻
I just met you
I’m biscuit, baby
So here’s my number
Just call me, gravy
Super cool #a11y talk where Howie @helloredshelf taught the room how to use ember-a11y-testing and/or Axe Checker in Chrome to make sure your web apps are accessible. Using the addon will block your build if there are errors. 👏👏👏
Never has a lack of context “can you come into my office please” done anything but inspire ALL THE WORST ANXIETY.
Don’t do that to coworkers. Or students. Or anyone.
WOW. My goodness this talk by Julia Donaldson gave me the CHILLS. So much in here about how conventions enable creativity through constraints, and how Ember helped her become an ambitious developer. SO GOOD. #EmberConf @username_juliaD
Guess who includes high contrast, easy to follow slides in a talk? People who speak about accessibility and the broken web, of course. Melanie Sumner at EmberConf, kicking ass, as usual!
One amazing thing about the @emberJS community is that even the main core team members explain each thing as if #EmberConf keynote attendees are hearing about it for the first time. Inclusion as a given: very newbie-friendly. 😀