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  1. Firefox 3.6 is here!

    Firefox 3.6 has some cool consumer facing features like Personas and a better Plug-in Updater, but developers have a lot to be excited about too.  Developers will appreciate the increased stability, especially the work done to prevent crashes with third party software.  There are also Read more…

  2. Hacks v2.0

    As you may have noticed, Hacks looks a bit different today.  That’s because we’ve completely redesigned the site. We wanted to make it easier for everyone to not only enjoy the new content we publish, but also to find past articles and demos. With Firefox Read more…

  3. It's all about web developers!

    Ever wonder which industries have the most web developers? Do you know how many people develop for the web on Linux? Are there more web designers out there than web developers? Where do web developers hang out and what do they think of the resources Read more…

  4. Introducing the new MDN website

    This week, Mozilla unveiled the newly redesigned Mozilla Developer Network, the latest incarnation of MDC. The website has evolved over the years and we recently decided to change the name from Mozilla Developer Center to the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) to better reflect the developer Read more…

  5. Are you a web developer or designer?

    If you are a web developer or designer, we can use your input. After gaining some great insights from our previous survey on Firefox 3.6 and Firebug 1.5, we have decided to go broader and get a better industry-wide snapshot of web developers. We have Read more…

  6. PromoteJS – A Worldwide Call For Improving JS Documentation Visibility

    This is a guest blog post by Chris Williams, the curator of JSConf. We are proud to support the PromoteJS campaign and hope everyone will join us to improve JS docs and make the MDN a better place for all web developers. PromoteJS – A Read more…

  7. Results from our Developer Survey #2

    To follow up on the developer survey from last November, we did a second survey this past March after the releases of Firefox 3.6 and Firebug 1.5 to gauge developer reactions to the latest features in the browser and a much improved version of everyone’s favorite Read more…

  8. MDN Learning: A place to ratchet your Web development skills

    If you’re looking to improve your Web development skills, we have compiled some great resources from around the Web to help every level of developer dig into their favorite open Web technologies. Our new MDN Learning space serves as a starting point for anyone interested Read more…

  9. Add-on Con 2010

    This is a cross-post from Dan Horner of our Add-ons team, who would like to invite any web developers interested in Add-ons and browser extensions in general to Add-on Con. Hi All – wanted to use my first post on the Mozilla Developer Network blog Read more…

  10. Real-time server visualization with canvas and processing.js