We're back answering more of your questions, including: what are the rule son displaying email on a website? What resources do you recommend to bootstrap a website? When should I stray from conventions? If customers don't want to maintain it, should I still use a CMS? And what are the limits of static site generators?
We're talking exercise regime, writing a book, and answering your questions about CSS frameworks, parsing data out of email, benefits and struggles to working vs freelancing, the ideal dev publishing environment, and figuring out good naming conventions.
Our guest is Rebekah Monson of Whereby.Us - a company that creates media and technology products that help people connect and engage in their cities. Is using WordPress Multisite a good idea? How can a small team manage editorial, tech, and community issues efficiently? Is there any profitability in local media?
We skipped the suits and jumped straight to your questions - including feedback on last episode's discussion of design being a solved problem, email sign up forms know you're already signed up, applying what you learn from programming to real life, Sass placeholder classes, and can the web get *any* slower?