IE development in China

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IE development in China

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Tony Chor, Rob Franco, and myself are in Beijing today as we make our way to Kuala Lumpur for the Hack-In-The-Box conference. We have a great team over here in what we call the ATC (Advanced Technology Center). In the past 6 months they’ve gone from just starting to adding serious value to IE 7. The folks over here have already contributed to IE 7 by re-writing the select control which Chris Wilson alluded to in his post from the PDC. Other improvements that we’ll see come out of the ATC for IE include improving our bi-directional font support, font linking and fallback improvements, and increased accessibility support. Watch for more blog posts in the future from our teammates here in China covering the kinds of things they’re working on.

After Kuala Lumpur I’ll be heading down to Sydney and will attend the Ruxcon security conference in early October. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to meet some of you down under.

On the road from China (and see you in Kuala Lumpur & Sydney),

 - Christopher Vaughan

Here’s a picture of some of the folks here in China along with Rob, Tony, and myself:

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