About two months ago I announced that I was leaving Microsoft after a good stint of almost 4 years working on a range of developer tools such as Edge DevTools and Visual Studio Code together with some amazing people.
It’s been a fun adventure where I pivoted to product from engineering and a journey that took me to Pacific Northwest with stops in Vancouver, Canada and Seattle, WA.
Today I’m excited to announce that I’m joining Stripe to build the next generation of developer experiences for the economic infrastructure of the internet. 🌍💰🛠
To continue the RemoteDebug effort on unifying today’s remote debugging protocols and API’s for browsers and related runtimes, I spend some time comparing the API’s exposed over remote debugging protocols.
Today I’m happy to introduce the RemoteDebug Compatibility Tables, which for the first time provides a full overview the API’s exposed by browsers and runtimes supporting the Chrome Debugging Protocol either natively or via protocol adapter.
Three weeks ago I attended Chrome Dev Summit 2015 down at Google offices in Mountain View, and what an experience! It’s the third year Google is running Chrome Dev Summit, and this year you could feel that the event is a new priority for Google.