Thank CodePen Team for the AMA 👏
I remember Chris saying this in a podcast:
"All the work you do will be in the open. In the future you won’t have a CV — people will just Google you."
Do you see CodePen becoming that? a must have portfolio for Frontend engineers?
Will CodePen release developer APIs for creating/editing/deleting pens from different applications?
- What were some of the roadblocks while growing CodePen community and how did you overcome them?
- What are some super important insights that the team has gained while running CodePen?
- In your opinion what makes people come back to a community based website everyday? Any specific strategy that has worked well for CodePen?
Are there any easter eggs, or hidden details built into CodePen that aren't normally visible but are able to be found if you know where to look?
There are a lot of code scratchpads online, but only one community like CodePen. It's amazing you have been able to build (and maintain) such a large and varied community. So I'm wondering in addition to meetups, podcast, and blog posts, what strategies have helped you build the community to what it is today?
I LOVE CodePen, awesome Job!!
My question is: How you guys keep the CodePen CSS organized?
Have you guys realised that CodePen has the potential to compete with GitHub and GitLab in future? Is this your vision?
I know you went through your first round of hiring a year or two ago. Would you like to keep hiring in the future? Is there an ideal size you'd like CodePen to be (in terms of employee count)? I'm curious if you want to keep it small, or if you'd be open to mega-corp world dominance (in the social-platform-and-playground-for-front-end-web-tech space).
Do you see CodePen Projects becoming a "complete" hosting solution for production level front-end projects?
If yes, a CLI to sync your local projects would be super 💯. Thoughts?
Will CodePen be more than just front end playground in future? If yes, how soon? If no, why not?
One should be able to create Java, Python, RoR, etc pens/projects on CodePen.
How close are CodePen and CSS-tricks? are these two separate projects or does the team get to work together?
There are a million different frameworks, preprocessors etc etc out there. CodePen makes a (small but growing) subset of these available to users either by default or as options. How do you decide which tools make the cut?
Any memorable or inspiring moment that you can share with us when you were building CodePen in the initial phrase.
Thanks for AMA.
Any planned support for Elm (and/or other languages that render to JS)?
Can you add a new editor layout in which all panels are in columns, like jsbin.com?
Will there be any visual design improvements coming in the near future? Maybe this year?
What are the weapons of choice for codepen team? 🤓 What hardware does the team use?
Hi.. I'm Ravikumar I'm a Front-end Developer but now I like learn Back end ..But I feel really difficult to learn .. How I can overcome thanks
Now that ESModules are actually being implemented in browsers, are their any planned features for CodePen that would make writing/consuming modules easier in Pens?
In Angularjs How to over the issue of Picking the CDN library files... If I get it wrong it shows the injector module Error....
Is it possible to get a remote job as a junior front-end developer without any formal education or previous exprience if I have decent working portfolio(Pet Projects)?
Can the codepen project (your new cool feature) compete codeanywhere.com after the beta release?