Monthly Archives: September 2010

Web 2.0 Expo NYC 2010

I’ve been in NY for the last 2 days, having a great time at the Web 2.0 Expo. Lots of folks have asked me for the slides and the lab zipfile, so there you are. The browser panel was a lot of fun, thanks again to Ben and Dion’s ability to get the right folks […]

“But IE 9 Is Just Around The Corner…”

The single most frustrating thing for me as a web developer is the incredible disconnect between day-to-day development and the shiny, shiny stuff showing up in HTML5 and modern browsers. It’s made all the more frustrating by bold pronouncements from any (every?) vendor about how much more awesome the web will be thanks to the […]

Chrome Frame Now Stable!

Exactly a year from the original announcement, we’ve just launched a stable, ready-for-prime-time version of Chrome Frame (with MSI packages). In addition to heroic work by the whole team on improving GCF stability in the face of poorly written extensions, the biggest change in the Stable release is an astounding improvement in cold start performance […]

Wait, What?

People are writing open letters to me? Weird. I will answer the question, though: …you started the collaboration of competing toolkits that led to the creation of Dojo. How did you do it!?!? We did it by pointing out to folks who were working on their own things that the personal effort radius exists (i.e., […]