Learning and references
Exercism A platform for learning programming languages by solving small exercises. The process can include getting feedback from mentors. My favorite feature of the platform is that after solving an exercise you look at solutions submitted by other people.
CSS Tricks Almanac The second place I check when I have CSS questions.
Can I use... ? I check there which browsers support which modern web technologies.
CSS Triggers A reference for how mutating CSS properties impacts rendering of the page.
How to Meet WCAG A quick reference how to meet Web Content Accessibility Standards.
Accessibility Support I check there which browsers and screen readers support which web accessibility features.
Making Accessible Links: 15 Golden Rules For Developers A great article that explains why and how we can make links on a website accessible.
Soft Skills Engineering A weekly advice podcast about non-technical issues. Suitable for all experience levels, informative, and funny.
A Question of Code A beginner-friendly podcast about all the topics related to web development.
CSSBattle A set of challenges to write HTML and CSS to replicate the given target image in the least code possible.
StackEdit In-browser Markdown editor that allows you to keep all of your notes synchronized via a GitHub repo.
Gifox 2 Records your screen straight into a gif (Mac).
Soundflower Allows you to include system audio output as an input when recording your screen to video (Mac).
Learn how to set it up.
Unshaky Makes your life with a broken Apple butterfly keyboard easier by dismissing undesired "second key hits".
WAVE by WAI Web accessibility evaluation tool, online or as a browser extension.