Dion and I just posted another episode of Tech Luminaries: an interview with Chris Wilson, the Platform Architect of Internet Explorer. We explored a bunch of interesting stuff with Chris, like how he got his start in the software field, the back-story on how Internet Explorer got support for CSS, and so forth. I find it really interesting to climb into the minds of folks like Chris, and I others do as well!

4 thoughts on “Tech Luminaries: Chris Wilson

  1. This is good, but I’m wondering when Mozilla will rise to the larger challenge pointed out by Google Chrome, that is protected memory or browser window “sandboxing” or whatever you want to call it.

    Forgive me if this has been covered in other blog posts, but there’s no obvious way to search your blog on this screen.

  2. Gah, I guess I didn’t pay attention well enough to where I was clicking because my above comment was meant for your “A New Memory Tool for the Web” post. Feel free to delete it (and this one), I would if I could.

  3. had pelviousry written an instruction on rewriting the priority for log messages, and we’ll use that as the mechanism to accomplish the our goal here.  First, we need to

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