I have just arrived back from the CSS Working Group meeting in Seattle. I made lots of notes about the things discussed and will no doubt write up some of those over the coming weeks.
A reminder! I'm getting an increasing number of questions via Twitter and email about Grid layout, and what it can and can't do. Please post those over at my AMA as then the answers are useful to everyone. There is already a whole bunch of interesting stuff contained within the closed issues, so do take a look.
An Event Apart really is a very special conference. I'm always honoured to be asked to be a part of it, partly because I enjoy being there, hearing all of the other talks and having interesting discussions with attendees and other speakers. Everything at AEA is about delivering value that you can take right back to work with you after the event. It strikes a great balance of practical information for today, with inspiration for the future.
I'm excited that I'll be part of AEA in Boston this year, and if you use the code AEARADW you can save $100 off the price of a ticket - with or without the optional third day.
The first beta release of LibSass 3.5, this is relevant for layout because it includes the work to support the square brackets used to name lines in CSS Grid Layout.