Wednesday 8th June, 2011
7:00pm to 11:00pm
There is no getting around the fact that, due to an intriguing history, when it comes to Web standards IE's name is mud with many web developers. The legacy of IE6, leading edge in its day, still lingers nearly 10 years after its release and the nightmare of browser incompatibilities and CSS hacks still has web developers waking in cold sweats.
The good news is that IE6 usage is down to 3.5% in the UK and the better news is that over the past few years Microsoft has made a concerted effort to make that challenging history, well, history, and the outcome is IE9. The new browser illustrates Microsoft's focus on standards and speed and has resulted in a browser that has surprised even our fiercest critics. It's been a long journey and in this talk Martin Beeby will discuss how the community helped us build our best Internet Explorer yet and the amazing things that it's capable of. Well also take a look into the future of IE and Microsoft plan to maintain the momentum.
Also known as Martin Beeby, I am a web developer and work for Microsoft as a developer evangelist. Currently trying to make HTML5 work for everybody bio from Twitter
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