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Have you written CSS to find yourself looking for more? Then let's talk about Sass. Follow the SassCast and listen in to top Sass developers as we share all the tips and tricks of the language.
since Oct, 2012
At the end of SassConf 2013 in NYC, I had the amazing opportunity to sit down with the creators, maintainers and amazing minds behind Sass. Hampton Catlin, Nathan Weizenbaum and Chris Eppstein. Just to forewarn, this interview was held outside in an open space while the conf was still happening, there are a few, pretty funny, cases where blunt editing was required. Enjoy!
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