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More on accessibility and performance!
By Duncan Mackenzie • Issue #5 • View online
After the ‘internal site’ discussion from last week, I had a few conversations with folks about the idea of a ‘baseline’. Things you must do on every site, no matter who it is for, and the #1 item that came up was accessibility. Internal or external, a website should be accessible. Even a demo site, if you were going to post it online for people to try out, needs to be accessible.
With that in mind, this issue is going to start with a bunch of resources on this topic, and then we’ll move over to some recent performance links that were interesting to me (and hopefully will be to you).

Accessibility Discussions
VS Code extensions to help you fix accessibility issues while you code
The Business Case for Accessibility
Web Performance Fun
Who has the fastest F1 website in 2021?
How to Plan and Deliver on Site Speed as a Team
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In each newsletter, I'll share a set of links related to web development and software engineering. As the editor, my opinions are going to influence the topics and tone of this material, so expect to see lots of information on web performance and general topics around working in a software engineering team! Check it out and let me know what you think at https://twitter.com/duncanma

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