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Joe Walker

Command Lines
When I was fresh out of college, my first job was working for the OpenGroup, and my command line looked something like this: In 2009, fired by the white heat of years of cutting edge research and development, my command line looks a lot more like
Introducing David Marginian
The DWR project has a new lead developer - We've just closed a unanimous vote that declares David Marginian to be the new lead. David had been around DWR since the beginning, and has been consistently one of the most helpful people on the mailing li
The Power of Bespin
Yeah, so Bespin a cool editor, and it makes use of lots of bleeding edge tech, (and it's got several annoying bugs - sorry about those). But I think Bespin has potential way beyond just looking nice ... Open source development: You hear about projec
Bespin and Mozilla
I’m very excited to be going to work for Mozilla Labs. I have very much enjoyed my time working at SitePen - they are doing awesome work with Dojo and DWR, but with the main development on DWR 3 being done, it's time to move on. SitePen has some a
Undoable Silent Autoupdate
Recently: Aaron Boodman - "I'm a big believer in silent autoupdates" PPK/Quirksmode - "I hate automatic updating" Something Aaron didn’t mention - What happens when a silent auto-update breaks something? Anyone that's had to do battle with the
DWR version 3.0 Release Candidate 1
DWR version 3.0 The much awaited DWR version 3.0 has reached release candidate 1. What's new? RPC Enhancements Varargs support Method overloading (DWR tries to copy Java's method matching rules) Typed parameters (so you can say new Apple()
XSS Filtering
If you want to protect yourself from a XSS attack, what characters should you escape? I've seen 2 recommendations: ', ", <, > and & should be converted to &apos;, &quot;, &lt;, &gt;, &amp; Convert anything tha
Why is the web the default development platform?
10 years ago the default was probably VB6/Windows, these days it’s just the web. Why? If we don't know what's right about the web, then it's hard to know how to build on the success. 4 reasons why; and they've all got something vital in common.
Defining The Open Web
Brad asked what the 'Open Web' is. Twice. My mum was always cross if she had to ask 3 times, so here's my stab. The Open Web is the user-remixable technologies that are shipped by the clear majority of major browsers So, for example: XHTML 2.0 is
Defining The Open Web
Brad asked what the 'Open Web' is. Twice. My mum was always cross if she had to ask 3 times, so here's my stab. The Open Web is the user-remixable technologies that are shipped by the clear majority of major browsers So, for example: XHTML 2.0 is

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