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libsass. What is it, how do you use it and what is it's impact on the Sass community as a whole? For the past few months now I have had the opportunity to use libsass on projects that are not really open to the idea of a Ruby dependency. Interesting challenges have arisen from this and new solutions have come to light. Let's talk all about that. 
What is this libSass thing?
Wed, March 19, 7:00 PM PDT
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First meetup at new space. Planning 30 minutes to talk about Sass functions, and then to spend the rest of the time talking about whatever folks want to talk about.
Hack on Sass Meetup
Wed, September 18, 2013, 9:30 PM
3601 Fremont Ave. N, Suite 304 , Seattle, WA

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aww shucks :( I’ll be out of town next week!
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Is Sass somewhat of a mystery to you? How does it work? Why do some say that it is better then CSS? What's the difference between Sass and SCSS anyway? How can I integrate it into my design/development process? What are the benefits? What problems does it solve? Do I have to be a Rails developer to use Sass? Etc ...

"Sass 101 - a newb's guide" is designed to answer these questions and more. We'll quickly progress into the various instillation processes, basic use of the language, processing your first stylesheet and even have an introduction to Compass - the powerful Sass framework. By the end of this course you will:

1. fully understand what a CSS pre-processor is;
2. be able to install and process Sass for your projects;
3. have mastered Sass' basic concepts;
4. and be introduced to the Compass framework.

With "Sass 101 - a news's guide", you will master the basics of Sass, even if you've never used a CSS pre-processor!

Tickets are on sale REGISTER TODAY!!
http://sass101.eventbrite.com/
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Where is it?
Substantial
900 E Pine, Suite 202 , Seattle, WA

What is it?
Sass is taking presentation layer development by storm. CSS and the standards group are not moving at a pace that developers need. Sass and Compass fills that gap.

Come and hang out, listen to discussions and see presentations on the latest and greatest Sass features.

What's going to happen?
We are going to talk about Sass. Have questions about solutions, want an experienced Sass dev to review your solutions, or you are new to Sass and need help getting started.

New or experienced, there will be something there for you.

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Presenters? 
If you are interested in presenting a project you are working on, a Sass/Compass feature that changed your life or are interested in crowd sourcing a problem you are trying to solve please contact me and we will make your dreams come true.
Hack on Sass Meetup
Tue, April 30, 2013, 6:00 PM PDT
Substantial Inc

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+Bryan Stedman I'm sorry, I thought in the last post you were looking for someone to present on that topic. If you want to do it, that would be awesome! 

Would you be willing to give a lightening talk on the 30th? Or would you prefer the longer spot in May?  Either way, your participation would be AWESOME!  

For the quickest response, please feel free to tweet me @SassMeetup.  
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We're at Substantial tonight for Beer && Code (&& Sass).
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Is Sass somewhat of a mystery to you? How does it work? Why do some say that it is better then CSS? What's the difference between Sass and SCSS anyway? How can I integrate it into my design/development process? What are the benefits? What problems does it solve? Do I have to be a Rails developer to use Sass? Etc ...

"Sass 101 - a newb's guide" is designed to answer these questions and more. We'll quickly progress into the various instillation processes, basic use of the language, processing your first stylesheet and even have an introduction to Compass - the powerful Sass framework. By the end of this course you will:

1. fully understand what a CSS pre-processor is;
2. be able to install and process Sass for your projects;
3. have mastered Sass' basic concepts;
4. and be introduced to the Compass framework.

With "Sass 101 - a news's guide", you will master the basics of Sass, even if you've never used a CSS pre-processor!

Tickets are on sale. REGISTER TODAY!
http://sass101.eventbrite.com/
Sass 101 - A Newb's Workshop
Sat, June 15, 2013, 1:00 PM
511 Boren Ave N. Suite B Seattle, WA 98109

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Where is it?

Substantial 
900 E Pine, Suite 202 , Seattle, WA


What is it?

Sass is taking presentation layer development by storm. CSS and the standards group are not moving at a pace that developers need. Sass and Compass fills that gap.

Come and hang out, listen to discussions and see presentations on the latest and greatest Sass features.


Presentation: Placeholder Selectors

One of the frustrations of OOCSS concepts is the amount of presentational classes that need to be created and the method of applying them to the DOM.

Sass has looked to address this issue first with Mixins, then Extends, each with their own issues of duplicated code or creation of unnecessary code.

The creators of Sass bring us the final piece of the puzzle, 'Placeholder Selectors!' Leverage the strength of OOCSS or SMACSS to build an effective library of reusable objects without the unsightly creation of presentational classes and the unnecessary duplication of code.

Dale Sande will be presenting to the Seattle Sass Meetup his presentation for the upcoming DrupalCon, 'SASS - OO'S'CSS W/EXTENDS AND SILENT PLACEHOLDERS'

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Presenters?  
If you are interested in presenting a project you are working on, a Sass/Compass feature that changed your life or are interested in crowd sourcing a problem you are trying to solve please contact me and we will make your dreams come true.
Seattle Sass Meetup
Tue, April 30, 2013, 6:00 PM PDT
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Who's going to DrupalCon in May? Who wants to listen to this guy talk about OOCSS v OOSCSS and Sass w/Placeholder Classes?

The best news is that if you are at DrupalCon this year, you get to do both!
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We've got a tlk.io room where we're sharing code from tonight's hacking http://tlk.io/sasshacknight
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Hey Everyone! 

This account is pretty much deprecated. It was created back in the days when Google Plus was more of a wild west and things were pretty nuts. 

So, if you are interested in Sass in the Seattle area, I ask that you join the SEA Sass and Front End Community

To find us, click on the community link to the left, or in your Google Plus page, click on Communities. Then do a search for "Sass", in the result you should see SEA Sass and Front End Community under the Communities part of the search drop down. 

Hope to see you all over there!

THANKS!

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