Senoir Front-End Developer Maciej Kucharski shows us how they're using Sass to generate their icon classes for sprites.
Cathy shares 8 tips on the Sitepoint blog to help make the most of Sass.
If you're using Visual Studio on Windows you may want to take a look at this course.
Natalie's asking for assistance with making the Ruby version of Sass more performant. Can you help?
In Other News...
A great 4 minute video showing you how to get Sass 3.3's source maps setup with Chrome.
Jon talks us through his recent surprise at how @extend can create some pretty bad CSS if not used with due care and attention and how he solved his required CSS.
This week Micah takes a deep dive into Susy Grids.
Chris goes through creating a colour scheme with Maps, loops and printing the colour name as content:'';.
Codepens, Repos, Sassmeister Gists and Frameworks/Boilerplates
A collection of SCSS snippets for creating SVG pattern backgrounds.
Tomas gives us 10 mixins to add to our projects.
An opinionated and quick front-end boilerplate using Grunt developed by Google develoepr expert Todd Motto.
Essentially Todd's framework but this time using Gulp instead of Grunt from Hossein Karami.
Just a few more things...
Asnita talks us through some custom and color functions to make a colour scheme with Sass.
A nice post talking through the basics of what's included with Sass.
A nice post on using Sass with responsive web design and the pros and cons of BEM with Sass.
An evening of Gulp and NPM at the Canvas coworking space in Washington, DC.
In Portland? In August's meetup you can get aquainted with Git.
The inaugral Austin Texas Sass Meetup being held on Tuesday 19th of August. If you want to help sponsor then give them a shout.
The first Sass Meetup to be held in the UK. In London on October the 1st the aim is to get a room of like minded Sass fans to here some talks and have time to discuss their use of Sass when developing website. Currently looking for sponsorship (I'm running this one so hoping for it to go smoothly).
Conferences, Workshops & Books
The second year of SassConf, held in NYC in October. .
The Yoobee Design School in New Zealand are holding a one day Sass workshop in Auckland on August 13th. Hot off the press news is that the organisers have been able to drop IE8 support so thwt they can reduce the ticket price.
On October 9th, I'll be instructing a half-day workshop - Sass: An Introduction - in Bristol prior to the full day WebDevConf on Friday 10th.
Roy Tomeij's creating a course that includes screencasts, an ebook and 1-to-1 on advanced Sass. Signup with the link provided to find out more.
Buy Dale and Kinoash's book on Sass in the real world as each section becomes available. Currently the first section is available.