The case against SASS nested CSS selectors

For a long time I have been a proponent for LESS. Simple, basic, and does what matters most – CSS compilation from multiple sources. While SASS comes with a variety of merits, the supposed “benefit” that people seem to often enjoy is the ability to nest CSS selectors. Those in the DRY (Don’t Repeat Yourself) … Continued

Removing the large screen site option from Bootstrap 3

Last year I endorsed the idea of a full-width blog. No sidebars, no distractions, content in plain focus. While the design is very clean, one flaw with the default settings of the Bootstrap 3 grid is the large screen mode that is enabled for devices with widths larger than 1200px. It took me a bit … Continued

Whistler: is it a place, or a state of mind?

Among dozens of ski resorts I’ve visited, Whistler is not only the largest, snowiest resort with the best alpine terrain anywhere in the world, but it is also a truly magical place. Whistler is a state of mind, as much as it is a place. The Whistler lifestyle, most commonly referred to as #whislife on … Continued

Whistler Wonder: Day 0 (Seattle, and a long drive to Whistler)

After a day at work and a long flight on Friday, I couldn’t quite tear my eyes open at six in the morning like I wanted to. But I did manage to get out of bed by 8 and go grab some continental breakfast. Cereal, hot waffle, coffee, all the usual. Nothing special, but it’s … Continued

Whistler Wonder: Day -1

Shame on me. As an avid traveler, it’s about time that I start writing about my adventures and sharing them with the world. Personally, I love reading other’s posts about their travel experiences – they are both interesting to know about and also extremely useful shall I decide to travel to those places myself. And … Continued