Published March 2016
Sass bridges the gap between what CSS can offer and what we as web developers need in our daily routine. Using Sass, you can write your stylesheets in a more concise, dynamic, and readable way, and cut down many of the tedious repetitive tasks that come with writing vanilla CSS. Sass simplifies your stylesheets, adding some useful features missing from CSS. Most importantly, Sass makes it easier to create web applications, takes out some monotony and overhead out of writing CSS, and will save you time.
Hugo Giraudel is a French front-end developer based in Berlin. He is maintainer of SassDoc, writer of Sass Guidelines, maker of Browserhacks and author of the French book "CSS 3 Pratique du Design Web". You can catch him on twitter @HugoGiraudel.
Miriam Suzanne is an author, performer, musician, designer, and web developer. She has been an active member of the Sass community since developing the Susy layout toolkit in 2009. She creates web software with OddBird, music with Teacup Gorilla, novels and poetry with [WriteyWrite], theater with Vicious Trap, and lego spaceships with anyone who is interested.