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Mikael Gramont

Long-time Front-end engineer, Ex-Google and YouTube. Once put little dancing guys on the YouTube watch page.

Work

Lead dev at Surfing Dirt

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re: Name an essential front end learning resource
A List Apart alistapart.com/ have super high quality posts by...
re: Website feedback needed ✌🏽
Loaded really fast on my Mac, and looks real nice. Some notes...
re: Server Side Authentication with Firebase and Next.js
Thank you so much for writing this. I'm new to Firebase and N...
re: How to write custom hooks in React
Thanks for this no-nonsense article that got me writing my fi...
re: Hide 🙈 all console logs in production with just 3 lines of code
That is one way to do it, and it certainly is simple. However...
re: I made over 1,000 code reviews - this is what I learned
Thanks for this post, it highlights things that are very impo...
re: What's the most efficient way to load custom fonts on the web
I don't see any mention yet of Harry Roberts' excellent post ...
re: I created my own Pure CSS Micro-Framework, a tale 🙃
This looks flexible enough that I could see myself use it nex...
re: An exclusive content Web Component for the Web Monetization API
Ha, I checked that same page, and scanned the content but mis...
re: An exclusive content Web Component for the Web Monetization API
I'm completely new to this, so please forgive the noob questi...
re: What Do Front-End Devs Think About Safari?
Apple manages Safari in a very conservative way. They add fea...
re: An introduction to accessible data visualizations with D3.js
Quality work!
re: What was the hardest concept you had to wrap your head around?
JavaScript closures: they took me so long. I remember writing...
re: What Cache-Control headers do I need?
Thank you for sharing this, it's always such a pain to read t...
re: Reasons I'll never use Deno
I don't use TS. I think I will but I have not made the transi...
re: Is the Tailwind approach a big step forward for CSS or just-yet-another-thing?
This is a pretty balanced take on it. I agree with this espe...
re: Is the Tailwind approach a big step forward for CSS or just-yet-another-thing?
I'll play bad cop here because everyone seems to be playing g...
re: Is the Tailwind approach a big step forward for CSS or just-yet-another-thing?
Thanks for bringing up the original article again. I read it ...
re: Is the Tailwind approach a big step forward for CSS or just-yet-another-thing?
I would take the "Facebook reduced their CSS by 80%" point wi...
re: Welcome Thread - v73
Hi there! I'm Mikael, mostly front-end dev from France. Stil...
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