Category: Interview

Versioning Interview

Adam Roberts (who you might recognize from our interview with him), interviewed me for the Versioning newsletter. I’m publishing my answers here for y’alls perusal as well! Which dev/tech idea or trend excites you the most at the moment, and why? I love that new JavaScript has arrived. I don’t know if &...

On Paid Newsletters: An Interview With Adam Roberts of SitePoint’s Versioning

You don’t often think of email as something you pay to get. If anything, most people would pay to get less of it. Of course, there are always emails you like to get and opt into on purpose. We have a newsletter right here on CSS-Tricks that we really try to make worth reading. It’s free, like the vast majority of e...

What Are the Workflows of Prominent PHP Community Members?

Workflow refers to both the process and the tools that are used in this process. Almost every developer comes up with a process of creating and finalizing the project deliverables. This process is implemented through a set of tools that the developer comes up with through trial and error. Once a workflow has been perfe...

Interview with Kris Borchers, JS Foundation Executive Director

As part of Open Source Week 2016, we took a look at the JS Foundation, an organization whose mission it is to create a center of gravity for the open source JavaScript ecosystem. Backed by such big names as IBM and Samsung, they offer technical governance and mentoring to a host of well-known projects such as ESLint, ...

Between the Wires

A new interview series from Preethi Kasireddy and Vivian Cromwell, focusing on “how developer products are made”. I was honored to be lucky number three, in which I overshare about CodePen. Direct Link to Article — Permalink Between the Wires is a post from CSS-Tricks ...

An Interview with Miriam Suzanne

Hey y’all! Welcome Miriam Suzanne. Miriam will be doing more writing around here soon, so we figured an interview would be a good way for you to get to know her first. She’s been working with the web for longer than I have, has created some pretty huge open source projects, and has a unique perspective on a...

Interview with Brendan Eich, CEO of Brave

Today we are joined by none other than Brendan Eich, creator of the JavaScript programming language, co-founder of the Mozilla project and most recently CEO of Brave Software—a start-up that aims to transform the online ad ecosystem with faster and safer browsing. Brendan is joining us to talk about the Brave browse...

An Interview with Håkon Wium Lie

Håkon Wium Lie is one of the co-inventors of the original CSS specification. This interview digs into the past and future of CSS: If CSS hadn’t been developed, designers might have gone elsewhere, explains Lie. HTML could have turned into more of a page description language, akin to PDF. Indeed, designers had alread...

An Interview with Libby Nicholaou on Creative Residency

I met Libby years ago from running into her at conferences. She was with Typekit and would be at the conference bringing their their super cool “pop up library” full of typographic books. She’s still at Adobe now, but running the Adobe Creative Resident program. The program is now entering it’s second year. Wha...

An Interview with Una Kravets

Una Kravets is a front-end developer, writer, and speaker who works on the Cloud Platform Team within IBM Design. She cohosts a podcast called Toolsday, loves to travel, and occasionally does calligraphy. You can find her on the internet @una. I had the pleasure of talking to Una Kravets one Sunny Sunday, and was super...