Aims to be the biggest checklist of inclusive design considerations for the web ever. Includes items for accessibility, performance, device support, interoperability, and language.

Authentication is clearly important, but there are many ways to reliably authenticate users – not just passwords. Passwords are written off as inconvenient and unavoidable, but even if true a few years ago, that’s not true today. Due to a combination of sensors, encryption and seasoned technology users, authentication is taking on new (and exciting) forms.

At its core, a source map allows a browser to map the source of an asset to the final product. If the JS file had a source map, it would allow the browser to translate the location of the error to the original unmodified file on disk. Pretty cool.

Checklist of the most important security countermeasures when designing, testing, and releasing your API.

Vue works really, really well, when used properly. It turns out Vue isn't a buzzword, Vue is a workhorse.

People in our industry think they stopped doing waterfall and switched to agile. In reality they just switched to high-frequency waterfall.

Technology culture is driven by an underlying ethos of agility, speed, experimentation, iteration, and hard work. This ethos — which can often foster incredible innovation, productivity, and change — is embodied by the Facebook-coined phrase, “Move fast and break things.” It’s come to define our culture and even permeate beyond technology companies into other industries looking to achieve the same gains at the same rate. But when it comes to people, “move fast and break things” doesn’t work. Because the “thing” being broken is a person.

.NET Standard is great; .NET Standard is an interface that allows you to write libraries once and consume them from different applications on different .NET platforms, including ones that don't even exist yet. Standalone libraries are often straightforward to upgrade to .NET Standard, but what about libraries with dependencies? In particular, libraries with dependencies on technologies that target frameworks other than .NET Standard.