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Howdy!

My name is Brian, and I’m a Developer Engagement Intern at Mozilla. I’m also a junior at Stanford University majoring in Symbolic Systems with a focus in human computer interaction. I have experience programming in HTML, CSS, Java, C++, C, Ruby on Rails, PHP, and IA-32.

I made this blog so that I could chronicle my work over the duration of this summer. I might be slightly biased, but I can be pretty sure that Mozilla is up to a lot of sweet stuff this summer, from Firefox 4 to…well, lots of things. Keep reading to find out.

Of course, I don’t just mean that Mozilla has stuff coming out for mainstream users, who, while important, don’t exactly compose the audience of this blog. For you web developers who are already pretty familiar with Mozilla developer tools, I promise you that there’s a lot that we’re working on, and we’re always really excited to get your feedback so that we can make your developing experience with Mozilla even better. And for you web developers who use other things, my job is to convince you to give our tools a whirl. You won’t regret it.

Regardless, if you’re a web developer, I encourage you to stay up to date with my blog, as I’ll be posting updates straight from the Corporation about what we’re doing to make Firefox and its associated developer tools better and easier to use. Be on the lookout!

If you ever have any questions, concerns, or even just an inkling of a desire to chat with me, don’t hesitate to shoot me an email at blouie[at]mozilla[dot]com. Looking forward to hearing from you!

One Comment

  1. Hi Brian,

    Your work as an intern at Mozilla sounds
    interesting, but complicated. What a great experience for the summer!

    Looking forward to reading more stuff on your blog.

    Beverly


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