I’m a frontend developer from Denmark doing mostly content sites with Umbraco CMS. I’m also a co-owner of Vokseværk, a design and development bureau in Aarhus, Denmark.
Over the years I’ve had the pleasure of working with a bunch of different technologies, including (in no particular order):
- HTML & CSS
- XML, XPath & XSLT
- Less (CSS pre-processor)
Also, I’ve had the (sometimes) pleasure (and sometimes horror) of trying out all of these solutions for managing content (aka CMSs):
- Synkron VIA
- Umbraco CMS
(Again, in no particular order)
After having had to bend my frontend code in horrible ways to adapt to the output of any given system’s “Master Template” (or equivalent otherwise named base output), I finally found Umbraco in circa 2009 and haven’t looked away since.
What’s rendered by Umbraco is of my own doing - not someone else’s.
I host a lot of code on GitHub and used to post a lot of words on Twitter (RIP), but now I’ve rebooted on Mastodon and will probably end up posting lots of words there in the future.
I’ve been using TextMate since forever, but these days I’m using Panic’s very excellent Nova code editor almost exclusively, and I like it quite a lot.
I use CodeKit for all things compiling (Less, ES6 etc.).