Three New Talks Added to Mozilla Developer Day Schedule

Thursday July 15th, 2004

Marcia Knous writes: "Three new talks have been added for the upcoming Mozilla Developer Day! Robert O'Callahan will give two sessions: Backwards Compatibility in Gecko and New Layout and Rendering Features for Gecko. Myk Melez will give a demo of Forumzilla and show how the Mozilla platform makes it easy to develop such extensions. Please check the Developer Day web page on for more detailed information." As previously mentioned, the Developer Day will take place at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California. Registration costs $25 to $50.

Update: Two new talks have been added: Mike Shaver will give a talk on The Road to Mozilla 2.0, which should of interest to everyone who is curious about where Mozilla is headed. Aaron Leventhal will give a talk entitled Accessibility Intro for Mozilla hackers — Why, What and How. His talk will include showing how Mozilla works with various technologies, including the first ever demo of Mozilla with a screen reader (Window-Eyes).

#1 don't live on the west coast...

by tniem

Saturday July 17th, 2004 2:14 PM

Any chance we will get an internet version?

#3 Re: don't live on the west coast...

by twifkak

Monday July 19th, 2004 7:02 PM

Ditto! This looks very interesting... :)

#2 ACM Tutorial at HT'04 Monday, Santa Cruz

by andyed

Monday July 19th, 2004 3:27 PM

Following the developer day, in Santa Cruz on Monday August 9th, I'll be presenting a full day of hands-on instruction on developing applications with Mozilla at the ACM Hypertext conference.

More details at:

Get your boss to send you to California for a tag-team event at Google and in Santa Cruz!