4 Feb 2012
Having been knee deep in CSS for a number of years I had become set in my ways. Like many other people I much prefered to hand code and generally avoided "frameworks". Looking back I am hard pushed to work out why, as I say I was set in my ways.
Towards the tail end of 2011 I was chatting with my good friend Greg and he asked if I had tried out Sass. I mentioned I had heard about it but hadn't really tried it in anger. After a quick demo I was a convert.
Whilst I don't use the nesting capabilities that much variables, mixins and selector inheritance make creating CSS quicker and more maintanable. If you write more than a few lines of CSS a day then I encourage you to give it a try.