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Jeremy Mazner, Technical Evangelist

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  • Blog Post: IE 7 security is already making a difference

    I've been using various beta builds of IE 7 for several months now, and I am really impressed with the new security features and default settings . I've seen gold bar and address bar warnings that highlight real issues with real commercial sites as I've been using the web. It's really amazing to find...
  • Blog Post: The Register gets two facts wrong about IE 7 TechBeta

    Andrew Orlowski, of The Register, recently posted a very short blurb about problems with IE 7 .  He makes two significant errors that I want to clear up here.  It took my all of 3 minutes to refute these statements on my XP SP 2 box running IE 7 TechBeta version 7.0.5112.0.  I showed my results to Scoble...
  • Blog Post: Avoiding memory leak patterns in your IE script

    Justin Rogers , a dev on IE's object model team, posts about his recent MSDN article on leak patterns in IE . If you're doing serious DHTML development for IE, this article is a must read. Says Justin: let's look at the following patterns: Circular References—When mutual references...
  • Blog Post: PDC registration now open

    I have a long list of backlogged things to post about...but for now, I just want to quickly note that registration is open ! We also posted 50+ session titles -- these aren't the final titles, but they give a pretty good flavor for the kinds of things we'll be covering. You'll see some info about IE...
  • Blog Post: Why hire an IEvangelist

    More great comments are coming in about this position . Hoovernj : Sigh... Just make a good product. it's going to take more than one person to get the web-community back behind IE. Zach: do not hire someone with a title and a job such as this. I can see what you are trying to do, but...
  • Blog Post: IEvangelist's biggest challenge

    Sweet, the post about the IE job has been up for two hours, and already the blogsphere is making it clear why it will be a great challenge to tackle. David Betz: Wanted: Technical evangelist who has never tried Firefox Being a Lornhorn evangelist would be awesome as I believe in it's principles...
  • Blog Post: Now hiring: Internet Explorer Technical Evangelist

    My team is also hiring a Technical Evangelist to focus on Internet Explorer . The goal of the IE evangelist (IEvangelist? not bad for a business card title…) is to help the web developer community take best advantage of new features and security mechanisms in IE 7. The job description has a bit more...
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