• Over the Edge: Web Components are an endangered species

    July 1st, 2015

    Last week I ran the panel and the web components/modules breakout session of the excellent Edge Conference in London, England and I think I did quite a terrible job. The reason was that the topic is too large and too fragmented and broken to be taken on as a bundle. If you want to see […]

    That stream of tweets at conferences…

    June 21st, 2015

    A few weeks ago, I wrote the That One Tweet post explaining how one tweet managed to puncture my balloon of happy and question if my work is appreciated. All of this is caused the gremlin of self-doubt living in all of us and it was mostly a reminder to tell it to mind its […]

    UA Sniffing issue: Outdated PageSpeed sending WebP images to Microsoft Edge

    June 8th, 2015

    PageSpeed by Google is a great way to add clever performance enhancements to your site without having to do a lot by hand. Not surprisingly, a lot of people used it when it came out. Sadly enough, people then don’t upgrade it when Google does which means there are a lot of sub-optimal installations out […]

    That one tweet…

    May 30th, 2015

    One simple tweet made me feel terrible. One simple tweet made me doubt myself. One simple tweet – hopefully not meant to be mean – had a devastating effect on me. Here’s how and why, and a reminder that you should not be the person that with one simple tweet causes anguish like that. Beep […]