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Below you find the last seven QuirksBlog entries.

Chromedge and headcount

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So Microsoft is going to retire EdgeHTML and use Chromium instead for Edge while not really answering the question if the web [is] better off with less engine diversity. This upset people, and Mozilla, especially, is worrying about the future:

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Linkbait 42

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Full-stack edition. Look no further than here.

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Fronteers considers applying for W3C membership

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Months of planning come to a head, and the cat is out of the bag. Fronteers, the Dutch professional association of front-end developers, is planning to apply for W3C membership and appoint Rachel Andrew as our paid representative. This would solve the problem of front-end developer representation in W3C.

Note that this plan will be submitted to the Fronteers members on 19th of October, and that they can vote it down.

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Linkbait 41

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Friends edition. Lots of articles by people I’ve known for ages. Not sure why; probably just a coincidence.

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performance.now() conference,
8/9 November, Amsterdam

Permalink | in Conferences

It’s always a nail-bitingly tense few months after you decide to create a new conference hoping it’s going to be a success. We decided to inflict this tension on ourselves once again with our latest venture: performance.now().

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Linkbait 40

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A CSS-heavy edition. I’m doing research for my possible new book, and I need to know more about what people don’t like about CSS. So there’s a lot on that topic.

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New speakers, devrels, and videos

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When selecting speakers for our conferences we always hunt for a video of a prospective speaker, unless we’ve seen them for ourselves in the flesh. If we cannot find a video, we do not invite the speaker, since we cannot guarantee to our audience that they are excellent presenters. Not all conferences do so, but we do.

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