Using HTML classes to describe elements creates CSS that's far easier to maintain.
Learning to write code with a functional paradigm isn't easy at first, but there are some things you can do to learn.
Some processes can't be automated. For manual processes, there are step-by-step instructions. And for step-by-step instructions, I've written this script.
I've found that I'm by far more productive with ClojureScript than any of the other languages or platforms I've experimented with.
Like devcards, a Living Style Guide can increase the bandwidth of feedback when developing, and make it easier for new developers to ramp in to the code.
You can use the Tmux command to create a script that opens side-by-side panes for writing a commit message while reviewing your changes.