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  1. 7 myths designers and developers believe about web accessibility

    In an ideal world, being "good at accessibility" wouldn't make you stand out from the crowd. Companies wouldn't be hiring accessibility experts to help them unpick and untangle the inaccessible products they've been building for years. Speaking about web accessibility at a conference would be as unnecessary as getting up on stage and giving a talk on how to write HTML. But we don't live in that world, and the web is full of inaccessible websites.

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  2. ffconf 2019: future friends beside the seaside

    Now in its 11th year, ffconf is one of the biggest events in the conference calendar for web developers across the UK. Yet somehow I’ve managed to miss every one since I got into tech, because of some reason or another - last year I was at the week-long blockchain sales pitch that is Web Summit - so I was understandably very excited to finally be going.

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  3. Questions to ask at an engineering interview

    Tech job interviews are often different flavours of the same thing, regardless of where you apply. Interviewers are likely to ask you questions about your experiences, perhaps a hypothetical question about what you might do in a certain situation, or delve into some of the how-it-works stuff under the hood of whatever programming language you'll be using. However, there's one question that you can *guarantee* will come up: 'Do you have any questions for us?'

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