SassConf 2015 Workshop
We’re pleased to offer three additional workshops this year on Saturday, November 14th, hosted at Capital Factory.
Snacks or lunch and refreshments will be provided for all attendees. For all workshops you’ll need your own laptop + power cord; wifi is provided.
This is a separate ticket from your SassConf ticket! Yes, you can attend these even if you don’t attend SassConf. No, there is no additional discount if you do (sorry).
MASTERING GULP.JS BUILD SYSTEMS WITH WES BOS $225 / HALF DAY
All modern websites and web applications require a build step in which we compile, compress and clean any code/assets in our project.
Gulp.js is a task runner that allows us to quickly create and customize build systems for any type of project. Whether you are building a Ruby on Rails application, creating an App in Angular.js or a website on WordPress, learning Gulp.js is an investment you need to make.
BUILD RIGHT: DESIGNING TODAY’S WEB$225 / HALF DAY
The workshop for designers wanting to know the best ways to tackle the challenges of today’s ever-changing web.
We’ve all been there: trying to push the limits of design on the web while simultaneously considering the ease of development, performance budgets, and to top it off—designing it for every device on planet Earth. It’s hard. But we’ve found ways to ease the pain. We’ll show you how to create beautiful, reusable designs for responsive experiences with some methods we’ve learned along the way on the balancing act we like to call design.
ADVANCED SASS: TURN YOUR SASS UP TO 11 WITH ROY TOMEIJ $300 / FULL DAY
Would you like to start using the Sass CSS-preprocessor, or do you want to optimize your workflow and get the most out of it? Work with Roy Tomeij to turn your Sass up to eleven and become a true expert.
This full-day workshop covers the core concepts, syntax and features of Sass. But more importantly: it teaches you how and when to use them to improve your daily workflow. It’s going to be a hands-on experience, with plenty of fun exercises based on real world use cases.