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Jason Weaver shared something nice on Twitter recently:
Tweets can only be 140 characters, but there is no such limit here, so I thought it would be fun to showcase a bunch more by linking up some more excellent female coders and picking out a particularly awesome Pen of theirs. This is by no means comprehensive. I’m sure I’ve missed loads more than are on the list (comment below!). I just think it’s fun and worth celebrating the fact that their ain’t no shortage of talented women ’round here.
See the Pen Loading Animation with Morphing SVG! by Heather Buchel (@hbuchel) on CodePen.
See the Pen Cosmos by Tiffany Rayside (@tmrDevelops) on CodePen.
See the Pen time for fun colours by Pamela Tung (@pamt) on CodePen.
See the Pen Circles, text and getImageData by Rachel Smith (@rachsmith) on CodePen.
See the Pen Animated Shopping Cart Icons by Joni Trythall (@jonitrythall) on CodePen.
See the Pen Disco lights on flying cube by yoksel (@yoksel) on CodePen.
See the Pen Pure CSS pentagonal torus (animated) by Ana Tudor (@thebabydino) on CodePen.
See the Pen Windows-8-like Animations with CSS3 and jQuery by Sara Soueidan (@SaraSoueidan) on CodePen.
See the Pen Falling Down the Rabbit Hole by Rachel Nabors (@rachelnabors) on CodePen.
See the Pen CSS Gangham Style by Estelle Weyl (@estelle) on CodePen.
See the Pen Slidey Background by Katy DeCorah (@katydecorah) on CodePen.
See the Pen Sovog by Amelia Wattenberger (@wattenberger) on CodePen.
See the Pen When you’re an introvert… by Sarah Drasner (@sdras) on CodePen.