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WebExtensions presentation at FOSDEM 2016

Last week, a big group of Mozillians converged in Brussels, Belgium for FOSDEM 2016. FOSDEM is a huge free and open source event, with thousands of attendees. Mozilla had a stand and a “dev room” for a day, which is a room dedicated to Mozilla presentations. This year I attended for the first time, and […]

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Experiencias en MozCamp América Latina

MozCamp LatAm finalizó hace una semana y todavía estoy intentando recuperar el sueño. Fue una experiencia intensa, mucho más que cualquier otro evento de Mozilla al que haya atendido anteriormente. Se sintió como que cada miembro de la comunidad latina / hispana venía mentalizado para pasarla fantásticamente, y sacarle el jugo a cada minuto que […]

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Experiences at MozCamp Latin America

MozCamp LatAm ended a week ago and I’m still trying to recover my sleep. It was an intense experience, much more so than any other Mozilla event I’ve ever attended before. It felt like every member of the Latin American / Hispanic community had their mind set on having a fantastic time and making the […]

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Back from Beijing

I returned on Sunday from Beijing, where I presented at the Mozilla Developer Conference (warning: all-Mandarin page). Twice, in fact. I made a presentation about the Add-ons World (available here), and ended up stepping in for Paul Rouget, who couldn’t make it. His presentation on HTML 5 is really great and it didn’t take much […]

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Firefox 4 Add-on Compatibility presentation

I’m presenting about Firefox 4 Add-on Compatibility at the Mozilla Summit a little later today. Here are the slides in PDF version for all of those interested. Firefox 4 for Add-on Developers For now, this is a pretty good reference if you want to start supporting the Firefox 4 betas in your add-ons. I’ll be […]

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MAOW Perú afterthoughts

The first Latin American MAOW (Mozilla Add-ons Workshop) was held last Saturday in Lima, Perú. The event was organized by Percy Cabello from the Mozilla Perú community, also the maintainer of the very awesome Mozilla Links blog. I did the first part of the workshop, explaining extension development. I learned from this experience that it’s […]

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