WDRL 295

CSS Parent Selectors, Interoperability of the web, web3 reflections and sanitizing.

Hi, I’m Anselm Hannemann. Freelance webdesigner, frontend engineer, advisor. Curating WDRL, growing vegetables on a market garden farm.

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Hey,

It is January February already, and it feels like time flies. In the world of technology, there are always so many news, trends, and possible distractions. On top of that, we already have so much work to do, projects to finish, and people to please. It is easy to feel empty or get burned out. Plus, we still live in the middle of an uncomfortable situation for everyone, a so far unseen pandemic situation; This causes a lot of mental problems on its own and drains a lot of energy from us.

What we can do in this case — although it’s hard to accept — is slowing down.

When I feel overwhelmed, I try to go outside as much as possible. I will get some fresh air, have a long walk and reflect on the things I do. I try to answer the question: »What brings me joy in web development?«. After that, I find myself working more calmly and happily.

Now, if you have the time and energy, you can read through some interesting articles we curated for you. This week, Malte wrote the intro.

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UI/UX

Tooling

Security

Web Performance

HTML & SVG

Accessibility

JavaScript

CSS

Work & Life

Go beyond…

I hope you’re doing fine and have a way to stay positive, find your way to make an impact and help build a better society, better friendships and make our world a little better.
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Anselm

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