Posts from April, 2011
I’m starting to get incredibly excited for this year’s Google I/O.
We’re just 10 days away from it’s commencement and I have word from
my close friend that he’s booked our hotel room. We’ve compared
notes, vetted the list of sessions we want to attend, and are excited
to meet the worldly gaggle of like willed people who attend this event.
On the short list are the mobile development sessions and the
tech talk series. This coming 6-months should prove quite frantic
with the number of devices coming to market and the stage is set for a
lot of innovation.
At this years event I’m interested in meeting with other test minded
developers to discuss the current cutting edge in testing applications
on Android devices. I’ll mention ahead of time that I consider everyone
involved in the software process a developer whether you’re someone
who tests code, writes documentation, are a project manager, or simply
write code. Drop me an email if you’re interested in chatting!
Firefox Input is back to one set of submission methods and one dashboard. This time, over ALL builds of Firefox 4.0 or higher. After taking a dabble into supporting different feedback types across channels with the “Rate your Experience” and “Report a Broken Site” submission along with a fancy dashboard, the team realized (thanks to […] Continue reading
As promised, here’s a more detailed set of results and thank yous for Friday’s Firefox Aurora Testday: We had a ton of fun Friday! It was a relatively small group of people due to the international holidays, but everyone worked … Continue reading
Many thanks to everyone who showed up to last Friday’s Aurora Testday! We had a lot of fun, and were able to put Aurora through its paces across a range of environments and verify that it’s in good shape! I’m … Continue reading
(apologies for the break in blogging. Taking another stab at ye ole’ blog) With 103,000,000+ downloads and counting, Firefox 4 has been shipped to the world, hopefully providing a noticeable improvement in their web browsing experience. Speed, interface improvements, and a multitude of fixes and improvements, users should at least notice something different with their Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that Mozilla and Sauce Labs will be holding the San Francisco Selenium Meetup here at Mozilla’s HQ in downtown Mountain View, CA, on May 11, 6:30 pm. Google Maps to Mozilla HQ. Here’s the official Meetup.com… Continue reading
I’m just back from a work week in Mountain view. Mozillamessaging is not more as some of you know already. This will not change anything with how we intend to ship Thunderbird. It will change a few things, I won’t… Continue reading
Last Friday (April 1st), we ran a bugday focused on testing Firefox 4 unconfirmed bugs. Overall it was a very successful bugday. We had several people come out to help us either confirm or resolve bugs which had been recently … Continue reading