MP3: Dion Almaer, Ben Galbraith, Scott Lemon - Browser Wars Revisited

21.07.2009

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Dion Almaer, Ben Galbraith, Scott Lemon - Browser Wars Revisited MP3

Ben Galbraith and Dion Almaer of Mozilla discuss the status of browser development, particularly as it relates to Firefox. They review a number of current open development tools as well as the specifications for HTML 5, particularly as they relate to video. They also talk about Google Chrome, both as a browser and an operating system. Source: itc.conversationsnetwork.org

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