I came across NodeSchool and its workshopper format for self-paced learning quite early, I reckon it was around October 2013 at LXJS in Lisbon, Portugal. It comes from the brilliant minds of Rod Vagg, Dominic Tarr, Max Ogden, and James Halliday, among the others. I liked the unique mix of old text-based videogame, DOS-like shell interface, and gamification aspect to teaching yourself NodeJS and related technologies. I even started a GitHub repo to hold my solutions.
Having gained some proficiency with NodeJS and seeing an obvious gap in the absence of a dedicated workshopper for the Sass CSS preprocessor language, I decided to write one myself. It turned out to be quite a simple task, given that the workshopper format is open source and well documented.
The learn-sass workshop has 12 exercises on the basic functions of Sass, and allows the student to verify the solutions. You can easily install it using NPM:
$ npm install -g learn-sass $ learn-sass
- NPM module learn-sass https://www.npmjs.com/package/learn-sass
- GitHub repo claudiopro/learn-sass https://github.com/claudiopro/learn-sass