Antonio Savorelli: A Night Full of Sass
Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 6:30pm
Sass has awesome built right into its name, and there’s a reason for that: it takes CSS and adds a preprocessing layer that saves tons of time and allows web designers to streamline the way they write their style sheets. This talk addresses the basics of Sass, gives some solid advice on how to integrate it with the Drupal theming workflow (on 7 and 8), and reveals a couple of extra tricks that will make your workday feel like the weekend. And if you’re coming for some Sass-bashing (because all awesome things have a darker side), there will be something for you too!
Antonio Savorelli started his own web-design studio in Italy in 2004, and has been building client websites on Drupal since version 4.7. In 2016 he moved to Cambridge, where he’s now a newly minted Drupal developer at Digital Loom. He’s also an independent scholar in the semiotics of TV narratives and a classically trained violinist, both of which are extremely lucrative sideshows. He’ll bake you a mean sourdough pizza, if you ask nicely (and at least twenty-four hours in advance).