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philwolstenholme/README.md

About me

Hi 👋!

I'm a lead frontend engineer at the Co-op.

I have a wide range of skills, knowledge, and experience, particularly focussed on accessibility and frontend web performance.

Outside of work I'm interested in science, the environment, bouldering, bikes (everyday/utility), and open source software.

💻 Me on the internet

🧰 Tools I like

Currently I'm working on a React e-commerce SPA, but previously I did a lot of work with Drupal.

I'm a big fan of things like 11ty, Vue, Alpine and utility-first CSS.

I like tools that allow server rendered HTML and my work focuses as much as I can on performance and accessibility.

🗣️ Public speaking

I like public speaking and am always looking for chances to do more. Here are a few recorded talks:

📚 Blog posts

Here are a few recent blog posts of mine:

📖 You can read more blog posts on my dev.to profile.

(This section is kept up-to-date automatically by a Pipedream workflow!)


Find out more about me on my personal site (repo here).

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    # Hello DrupalCon! 👋
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    Here's a big dump of code examples from my slides, plus some examples that didn't make it to the final cut.
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    The snippets should be organised by slide number, e.g. `#46--_search.scss` is the snippet of search-related SCSS shown on slide 46.
  2. https://wolstenhol.me – My personal site, built using Vue and 11ty as the build process

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