It's a college town they said. Lot's of bars, the river, not much else. A year later, I'm wondering if it might be possible that they're actually another Manayunk out in the world.
Sass is great. In comparison to CSS, it's a sanity saver. All of its abilities are brilliant (actually just most of them, I'm looking at you @extend, why don't you like playing in media queries?)
The phrase "UAT" is a familiar one within the software development world, but what do those three letters really stand for, and more importantly, what do they actually mean in terms of project timelines and success?
We need to remember the people behind the metrics we see. Actions happen in micromoments. That wasn't an abandoned visit - it was a baby awaking from a nap. That wasn't a forgotten video paused halfway through - it was time for dinner and will be finished tomorrow. It is about people reacting to what is happening in this moment; their moment.
For a long time all I knew about Google Analytics was that pasting in that magic snippet made it work, and up until recently that's all I needed to know and analytics was something that the analytics people dealt with. Now though, I've joined a team who pride themselves on their analytical abilities - so much so that it almost feels rude not to know more about the subject!
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