We all want to use the hot new features being implemented in modern browsers right away, but there's a small problem holding us back: how can we use these great new capabilities whilst ensuring older browsers still render pages and … Continue reading →
In this article I’d like to talk about how you can help give back to the Web and a new project that seeks to make this process easier: MoveTheWebForward.org. If you’ve ever thought about contributing to the community but weren’t … Continue reading →
In a perfect world, cross-browser testing would be straightforward. We would download a legacy version of a browser, run it, and be able to instantly test our pages and scripts without a single care in the world. The reality of … Continue reading →
We all know that web standards are important. They help ensure the code we write works across different technologies, for people of different abilities and most importantly across all browsers. That said, how often do we all feel our … Continue reading →
I'm on the Chrome team at Google, working on tools to help improve developer productivity and satisfaction.
I feel honored to have quite a few friends involved in OSS, many of who are spread across the world but remain active and passionate at what they do. Thanks to my wife, family and the OT-crew for being ah-mazing.