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For our 7th episode, we have another awesome guest–Susan Robertson, the front end developer at Editorially. We discuss front end style guides, and how they can speed up and improve the development process for not only the front end person, but also for the back end devs, designer, and everyone else on the team. We also chat about public speaking and presentations, and how much Joel loves her slide deck from RefreshPDX.

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  1. PushPull Podcast » Styleguides: Every Dev’s new BFF
    April 11, 2014

    […] Episode 7 featured Susan Robertson where we discussed the awesomeness that are code style guides/pattern libraries. At the time I was curious about them but had not yet taken the leap. After the show, I decided to bring it up to my company in one of our process meetings. They were interested, the PM asked if it would be a time suck, and I assured everyone it would only speed things up for us. The back-end developers were especially excited by the idea of having a one page guide of all of the classes and modules that could be easily accessed when having to make updates in the future. […]

  2. Style Guiding | degrading disgracefully
    May 28, 2014

    […] got me interested in style guides when we had her on the show a while back. Boy am I happy we did that show, because damn girl, style guides are where it’s […]