You can usually find me on Twitter. And you can sometimes find me at web development conferences, where I might be talking about development techniques. I blog here less frequently than I'd like, but manage it a little more often on the Netlify blog.

Wherever you find me, online or in the real world, please do come and say a friendly hello.


Recently on the blog

Keeping Sass simple and speedy on Eleventy

I've experimented with quite a few different static site generators over the years. Currently I'm really enjoying using Eleventy for this site, and feel like I've got the most simple setup I've had in years. Eleventy has some nice tips for compiling your CSS and JavaScript into your site which feel very elegant to me. But for sites with very many pages, these might have a slight overhead for site generation speed, so I'm using a variation to speed things up.

Speeding

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Next conference appearance

The flag for Utrecht, Netherlands Fronteers Workshop: Netlify & Static Site Generators


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Recently on Twitter

Recently posted on @philhawksworth (excluding @replies).

January 18th 2019

"Another parallel I see is how both @GitHub and @Netlify chose existing, but nascent, technologies to build upon and got in early with the hope of riding an impending wave of adoption"

Great insights from @mojombo here! https://t.co/Y366FBSgU6

January 18th 2019

This team! 😍😎😍😎 https://t.co/ivMxQ7yZMW

January 18th 2019

Look at this later beauty by @lunaceee.
LOOK AT IT! https://t.co/JtMmFZRfZZ

These tweets are pulled from Twitter and baked into this page automatically whenever I tweet. You can read about how in a blog post.