Drawing Back the Curtains on CSS Implementation

In this session, representatives from major browser vendors including Chrome, Microsoft, Opera and the W3C will pull back the curtain revealing some of the challenges with implementation and interoperability. The goal is to have designers and developers get a glimpse into how CSS has struggled and finally gained its footing as the presentation layer in everything we do for the Web.

Elika Etemad, Invited Expert, W3C Invited Experts. Elika J. Etemad (fantasai) is a W3C Invited Expert on the CSS Working Group and a longtime contributor to the Mozilla Project. She edits CSS specifications, does layout engine QA, and occasionally codes for Gecko. Within the CSSWG she specializes in internationalization, testing, and generally getting things done.

Molly Holzschlag, Developer Rel, Opera Software. Having achieved a modicum of balance after her midlife crisis, Molly decided to finally get a job. She is now a Web Evangelist focusing on developer relations for the upstart Norwegian browser company, Opera Software. Earlier in life, Molly avoided a regular job including those silly start-up ventures and chose instead to write a lot of books and articles and stuff on Web standards, and talk a lot about them, too. She now avoids the former, while the latter is an ongoing inevitability. To learn more about Molly and her work, you can check out her blog at molly.com or interact with her on Twitter @mollydotcom. Better yet, come have a chat F2F at SXSW!

Sylvain Galineau, Program Manager, Microsoft. Sylvain spent many years working on web application servers and now helps design Internet Explorer. He represents Microsoft on the CSS Working Group and will buy everyone a round when IE6 goes away. Everyone.

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