April 15, 2006

Bite Size Goodness

One of the projects I have been working long and hard on launched today: Introducing Bite Size Standards. The braindchild of John Oxton, Bite Size Standards aims to offer concise web development tutorials, tips and tricks. I was in charge of the Textpattern inplementation, and had the pleasure of working with an awesome international team, including Prabhath Sirisena, James Akaxaka, Ann McMeekin, and Andrew Disley. It was a great experience to work with such a diverse and talented team. Many a debate was had along the way (Ann and James are master debaters, hee hee), and that was half the fun. My first contribution is Take time to tune your titles. Hopefully this will be the first of many. This was also not your average Textpattern install, and I’m sure there will be an article or two about it showing up here about that, as well. I hope you enjoy the site, and take away some helpful web standards nuggets.

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