I’m really excited to annouce that I’ve started work on my very first course, Sass: From beginner to real world.
Sass has become an essential language to learn for front-end developers. It helps you write your code faster, pull off things that sometimes seem like magic, and it’s also a part of many modern workflows.
This course is going to teach you how to use Sass, how to integrate it into your workflow and push you with challenges, helping you become a better front-end developer.
This course also dives into intermediate and advanced level CSS. Sass is, at the end of the day, a fancy way to write CSS after all. So how could we learn Sass really well if we don’t also get into some higher level CSS stuff along the way?
We’ll look at putting together a full, multi-page website, where I’ll examine file structure and general workflow concepts, as well as get into class naming conventions for our CSS, and more, along the way.
This course isn’t just about learning how to use Sass, it’s about learning how to be a better front-end developer.
Sadly, the course is in development now, so it’s closed to new students until I wrap things up. If you’d like to be notified about when it officially launches though, leave your email below and you’ll be one of the first to know!