Monthly Archives: January 2008

Roxer Goes Live!

So once upon a time, back when I had a “real” job, I used to do security (specifically webappsec) for a living. One of the shining lights in that world for a long time has been Jeremiah Grossman, and as I moved out to the Bay Area, I was lucky enough to meet him in […]

Dojo Needs Your Projector (and room, and network, and…)! (updated)

The votes have just come in, and the next set of Dojo Developer Days will be in the San Francisco Bay Area Feb 7-8 or 8-9, but as of now we don’t have a venue. In years past, IBM and AOL have graciously hosted these events, provided network connections and projectors, and generally made us […]

How IE Mangles The Design Of JavaScript Libraries

A lot of hyperbole gets thrown around about how painful IE 6 and 7 make the world of JS development, and so I thought I’d do a bit of cataloging to help those using Dojo understand why it’s built the way it is and indeed, why all JS widget libraries suffer similar design warts. I […]

Kris Zyp Joins SitePen

Some time back I posted about an opening in SitePen’s R&D “group”. The responses I got back were astounding, and I couldn’t be happier that Kris Zyp is joining me to help work on things that we feel are important to the future of the open web. This is yet another high point in our […]