I fell in love with Frontend development ten years ago, and since the beginning, I learn in public. Sharing my everyday web development discoveries while drinking coffee in bed is my favorite Sunday morning activity.
Whenever I read something and think "Huh! I didn't know that!", I write it down. This approach has led to 527 articles on this blog so far.
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My private learning log
And here are some of my recent learnings:
- Safari allows to configure password autofilling May 29 2023
- How to show more than ten results per page on Google Search Apr 10 2023
- The relative font weight axis — how variable fonts ease font weight transitions Apr 09 2023
- Size container queries can detect landscape / portrait orientation Mar 17 2023
- YAML provides 9 ways to handle strings Mar 08 2023
But there's more... 🙈
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Occasionally, I build things on GitHub.
If you were ever looking for a particular web development tool you've seen online but can't find it anymore, make sure to check out Tiny Helpers. The resource collection includes over 500 free-to-use online tools for web developers.
And if Twitter's your thing, my Random MDN bot teaches you something new every day!
Find me online
I hang out online a lot. Make sure to say hi! 👋
Speaking at events
I've spoken at over 50 conferences, including GOTO, JSConf.eu and CodeMotion. If you want to invite me to speak at your event, find all my talks online, and please reach out!
Stefan works in Checkly's Developer Relations and quickly fell in love with web performance, new technologies, and accessibility. He is also a curator of the online resource Tiny Helpers, Tiny Teachers, contributes to a variety of open source projects, and enjoys sharing nerdy discoveries.