Chatting with ppk on mobile browser, standards support, testing, conferences and moreWednesday, June 24th, 2009 at 6:16 pm
Today PPK came to visit in our office in Covent Garden, London to talk to us about his research into mobile browsers and testing on
I took the chance to take him out to lunch afterwards and have a quick chat about his findings, what he thinks about the usage of libraries, what we can do to advocate web standards better and many other things we thought necessary to discuss. Some of the things were interesting to mull over, for example if it really makes sense to test browser performance by creating 5000 LI elements or using every JS library in a single document embedded in IFRAMES.
Here’s the half hour open interview for you to listen:[audio:http://www.archive.org/download/InterviewWithPpkAboutMobileWebDevelopment/InterviewingPpkAboutMobileResearchWebStandardsAndLibraries.mp3]
Alternatively go to the archive.org site to download the audio for your mp3 player
Sadly enough Audacity failed me and some of the interview got lost, but I thoroughly enjoyed chatting abot these topics and will continue doing these kind of quick interviews whenever someone comes over to talk.
Tags: audio, conferences, interview, mobile browsers, ppk, recording, testing, web standards