Roll up, roll up, it's time for another exciting episode of The Front End.
A whole seven episodes in and this time, we're talking with Ben Furfie about his background in games journalism that led into a career in web dev. We're also digging into the state of CSS, specifically Tailwind CSS and how a shift towards utility-driven styling can improve code maintainability and how it compares to methodologies such as BEM.
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Ben is a web development manager working for IMI Mobile. He's worked in the middle east as a marketer, and been through the interesting world of games journalism. Today, Ben's talking about the movement towards utility-driven CSS, specifically Tailwind CSS and how it stacks up, how you can use it, and what some of the benefits are.
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