I'm about 4 months into my new job and it's been absolutely amazing. I've felt myself growing in problem solving, clean code, and all in all building out a product.
I was so nervous about the first job, thinking it was going to be insane to try and learn the underlying hard parts of JS (thanks a lot Will Sentance for proving me wrong). As I've been building out new things I constantly found myself reaching for a framework to make all my CSS woes vanish. Thankfully my boss has since challenged me to stop reaching and build out our current project with as much of my own code as possible.
It was here I realized the gap that was left in my HTML/CSS fundamentals by using frameworks so fast.
I'd now like to rewind and do my usual, throw a question to this awesome community.
What do you guys recommend for diving deeper into HTML/CSS -- more so CSS?
BONUS: I've been using a ton of flexbox (obviously). I've been seeing there's continued growth in browsers that support Grid. Do you guys think you only need one? Which? Both?