Scaling the traffic is not the issue. Scaling the team and the product feature release rate is the primary driver.

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Building websites that are accessible can be challenging for developers like myself that have never had to use any assistive technologies. Unlike visual issues such as layout which can be easily seen, accessibility issues can very easily go unnoticed if we don't have the correct tools to test for them.

The complete guide to getting 60fps animations with CSS

H.264 is a video compression codec standard. It is ubiquitous - internet video, Blu-ray, phones, security cameras, drones, everything. Everything uses H.264 now.

Should designers be able to code? This topic never seems to die, with its endless blog posts, Twitter discussions and conference talks. But the developer’s involvement in the design process seems to be addressed very little. This is a shame, because developers have a huge amount to add to discussions about design.

Postmortems, also referred to less deathly as “root cause analysis,” are a way of retrospecting on a particular incident or failure. They help to better understand what went wrong and – crucially – how it can be avoided in the future.