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In this week17;s Script & Style , Todd and I welcomed David to discuss Impostor Syndrome, how to conquer it, and why we need to be better to ourselves and others.  There was also talk of bacon and DevTools while I tried to ignore a belligerent FedEx delivery man trying to bang down my door.  Enjoy!




  • Conquering Impostor Syndrome  - underdog - Script & Style Show: Episode 2: David Neal: Impostor Syndrome

    Two years ago I documented my struggles with Imposter Syndrome and the response was immense.  I received messages of support and commiseration from new web developers, veteran engineers, and even persons of all experience levels in other professions.  I’ve even caught myself reading the post…

  • How to Create a RetroPie on Raspberry Pi – Graphical Guide  - retropie logo - Script & Style Show: Episode 2: David Neal: Impostor Syndrome

    Today we get to play amazing games on our super powered game consoles, PCs, VR headsets, and even devices.  While I enjoy playing new games these days, I do long for the retro gaming systems I had when I was a kid: the original Nintendo…

  • CSS Fixed Positioning  - css3logo250 - Script & Style Show: Episode 2: David Neal: Impostor Syndrome

    When you want to keep an element in the same spot in the viewport no matter where on the page the user is, CSS’s fixed-positioning functionality is what you need. The CSS Above we set our element 2% from both the and right hand side of the…

  • Create a CSS Cube  - css cube - Script & Style Show: Episode 2: David Neal: Impostor Syndrome

    CSS cubes really showcase what CSS has become over the years, evolving from simple color and dimension directives to a language capable of creating deep, creative visuals.  Add animation and you’ve got something really neat.  Unfortunately each CSS cube tutorial I’ve read is a bit…



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