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Can you think of a movie that could be described as one emoji? Or a song? Perhaps a book? That’s exactly what the Mystery Riddle is all about. And cats, obviously.
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To celebrate the relaunch of this little website, we’ve prepared something special yet again — a Smashing Emoji Mystery Riddle.
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Have you always wanted to speak at a conference? On February 3rd, the Global Diversity CFP Day will host workshops all around the globe that encourage and advise newbie speakers to put together their very first talks.
You wrote the wrong thing in a commit message? Or maybe you accidentally deleted a branch? No worries, Flight rules for Git helps you handle all those big and small missteps and disasters that can happen when working with Git.
Write Software shares a tutorial about useful Dev Tools features in Chrome and Firefox that help you debug your Progressive Web Apps. A real-world example to follow along is included.
Abstract Syntax Trees (ASTs) are at the core of many tools developers use every day. Gabriele Petronella explains what these data structures do and how they work.
Even small missteps in styling links can mean the difference between a usable and unusable experience for screen reader users. Maggie Wachs shares a recipe for accessible links that works for good.