Tag Archives: google

Chrome Frame MSI’s Now Available!

You can get yours here. Note that these are Dev Channel builds, so they contain the new hotness. Also, the new bugs. Caveat emptor. Huge props to Robert Shield who has been working through the endless details of this effort for months.

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 […]

Omaha Goes Open Source

Google Updater, aka “Omaha”, has gone Open Source! This is the auto-update system that’s key to keeping Chrome secure by always ensuring that the version you’re running is the freshest it can be. It’s huge for the Omaha team to be out in the open, particularly given how many inaccurate articles have been penned about […]

Joining Google

Starting next month, I’ll be a Googler. To my great surprise, I’ve been at SitePen two and a half years. It has been nothing short of wonderful which may explain why it doesn’t feel like it has been that long. When I look back at what we’ve accomplished it’s also surprising that we’ve been able […]