Here's a short post on how to use the @import directive in Sass, also how to beef it up with Gulp.
Maps are so essential data type of Sass that it's hard to imagine the time without them. Libsass also supports maps nowadays, so there's no barriers to use them in day to day programming routines.
Sass lists are pretty cool.
Sass looping syntax guide.
Yes, it's possible nowadays to have sourcemaps when using Compass. Sourcemaps also enable us to save straight from Chrome Devtools.
Sass and Compass alpha releases have the ability to generate sourcemaps, thus making them very appealing.
If you've designed a button that looks like a link, and you still wan to be semantic, then this mixin may come handy.
I refined the beveled corners method I posted about earlier. This includes a bunch os Sass mixins that do all the dirty work for you.
Here's some pure CSS trapezoids for you.
Club-Mate, the beverage → club-mate.fi