This is the 16th part of my series Introduction to Gulp.js. Today I will show how to use PostCSS to process CSS files. I will replace Ruby Sass with PostCSS and additionally show how to lint stylesheets automatically in the background while developing with Stylelint.
I work as Front-End Engineer at XING and contributed to Jobs (simplified design, new search), Mobile (Touch and iPad hybrid app), the new Groups and the Adaptive Profile.
I am co-creator of the idea for XING Projects, a job platform for freelancer. I worked on this innovation project from the beginning and helped bringing it to the XING BetaLabs program. Later it became a product on the XING platform and was build by a team.
I won the XING awards Best Smart Tools & Services at the Prototyping Days 2013 and Matterhorn Award – Growth at Prototyping Days 2015.
I love martial arts, especially the Japanese. I practised Shotokan Karate for seven years and then began training Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.
In Bujinkan we train nine different schools: six Samurai and three Ninja schools, the oldest of these school is 1398 years old and the traditions where given from master to scholar for generations.
These martial arts aren’t sports, but highly efficient fighting systems, proven on the battlefields of ancient Japan.
I run a website on this topic for more than 17 years. I collected knowledge about the history, arts, tools, weapons, philosophy and life of the Ninja.
I am an Introvert (Meyer-Briggs personality type: INTJ – The Architect). Introverts think differently, our brain processes information in a different way than Extraverts, who get energy by social interaction with other people. Introverts loose their energy and need time to refill.
The wise hawk hides its talons.
I love movies and TV shows. Most of my space on shelves is occupied by my books, that’s why I don’t own a lot of movies. But I regularly use LoveFilm, Netflix, Watchever and Amazon Prime. I love all genre, especially Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, but no horror movies. This is my IMDb profile and my ratings.
I love books, to be precise I love paper books. I can not imagine a living room without shelves of books.
Most likly I inherited this passion from my grandfather, who owned over 4000 books. My books count roughly a 1000. I buy books ahead and my desks are always stuffed with unread books. I like classics, books about philosophy, martial arts, art & desgin, architecture, typography and novels.
Work-related books I read mostly digital, because they get old too fast and don’t look nice in most cases.