# Thursday, 25 June 2009

This week we are please to bring you an interview with Dan Nawara (@dnawara) a front end designer about the HAML and SASS technologies.  The first part of the interview was recorded at Bombacigno's J & C Inn in Chicago, IL; one of Dan’s favorite restaurants (until we got kicked out).

Show notes

Official HAML Site
nHAML (.NET version of HAML)
SASS (Syntactically Awesome StyleSheets)
Tenplate (Dan’s framework) source code on Github
The HAML Wikipedia page has an HTML / HAML Example

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http://shows.thirstydeveloper.com/TD066.mp3

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Friday, 26 June 2009 20:23:13 UTC
So a markup language for a markup language? Lil redundant, eh? Not sure why people think HTML is difficult ... but if it makes it easier for the masses to make clean/standards-compliant markup, then I am for it!

Sounds like an interesting abstraction. But remember, abstractions are leaky.

Keep up the great podcast.
joey
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