CSS is serious software engineering, but it’s not always treated that way. Since CSS doesn’t strictly fit the definition of a programming language, there’s a temptation to underestimate the technical thought required to use it well. This talk will cover the dangers of underestimating CSS, as well as strategies for how to avoid those dangers for yourself, your teams, and your organizations.
Learn strategies to make sure CSS is taken seriously in teams and organizations.
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
- Why CSS gets underestimated, and how that can cause problems
- What it means to take CSS seriously and why this matters
- How underestimating CSS can affect a project’s codebase and timelines
- How underestimating CSS can affect hiring
- Strategies to help your team and organization avoid underestimating CSS
This talk is for developers, engineers, and engineering leaders who work in organizations where CSS is used.