Monthly Archives: November 2009

SPDY: The Web, Only Faster

Of all the exciting stuff that’s happening at Google, one of the things I’ve been most excited about is SPDY, Mike Belshe and Roberto Peon’s new protocol that upgrades HTTP to deal with many of the new use-cases that have strained browsers and web servers in the last couple of years. There are some obvious […]

A Bit of Closure

So from time to time I’d wondered what all the brilliant DHTML hackers that Google had hired were up to. Obviously, building products. Sure. But I knew these guys. They do infrastructure, not just kludges and one-off’s. You don’t build a product like Gmail and have no significant UI infrastructure to show for it. Today […]