I believe that debugging is one of the most important technical skills a developer can have. In the average week, I probably spend anywhere from 20 – 30 percent of my time debugging. This is because my code isn’t perfect, sometimes it does legitimately only work on my machine or device.
When I first heard of Zen Coding on Sitepoint, I figured it was some other gimmick that might save me about 0.01% of my time each year after I spend five or six hours learning the syntax. Zen Coding works by expanding some abbreviations into properly closed html. The syntax is very simple, and can […]