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CSS Grid with Amy Kapernick

Episode #1624 Thursday, February 28, 2019

Have you heard of CSS Grid? While at NDC in London, Carl and Richard talk to Amy Kapernick about one of the new features in CSS introduced in 2017 on all major browsers. CSS Grid is not tables - and tables aren't inherently evil, they can just be used badly. With Grid, you can define flexible layouts and formatting for a variety of elements. And there's nothing you're doing that can't be tweaked effectively by designers when the time comes - check 'em out!


Amy Kapernick

Amy Kapernick wears many hats as a business owner, senior engineer, mentor, and conference addict. She regularly shares her knowledge with her peers and the next generation of developers by mentoring, speaking at, and organizing events as well as mentoring up-and-coming developers within her business. Amy can be found volunteering her time with DDD Perth as Vice Chair and Director of Conference Content, organizing the Perth Azure User Group, and mentoring at various SheCodes events. She has been recognized as a Twilio Champion and a Microsoft MVP since 2019 and has been nominated for the WiTWA awards previously. In her spare time, Amy shares her knowledge and experience writing blogs, speaking at conferences, and running workshops on a variety of topics across front-end development, accessibility, mental health, and more. She has previously given keynotes at international events and conferences around the world.


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