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Webdev is a loosely affiliated group of developers across Mozilla and the Mozilla community who make web sites and services. We make the inter tubes happen by working on servers, clients and services. Do you make a web site? Then join us.

Authors

  • mozilla 56 posts

  • Michael Kelly 50 posts

    Michael Kelly is a developer on the Web Engineering team at Mozilla. He works on tools that help engineers get things done. He also helps run a lot of the Webdev group activities!

  • Mike Morgan 48 posts

    Mike Morgan is the former Director of Web Development for the Mozilla Corporation.

  • Andy McKay 24 posts

    Andy is an Engineering Manager at Mozilla. As a Canadian he tweets and blogs about curling, skiing, politics, maple syrup, bears and all things from the great white north.

  • Wil Clouser 15 posts

    Wil solves problems on addons.mozilla.org. He's interested in security, scalability, and localization.

  • Fred Wenzel 15 posts

    Fred is the former web development manager of Mozilla's Developer Ecosystem team. He likes to solve tricky problems, is an Open Source geek, and brings German Engineering to the webdev crowd. Fred spends his spare time on the hunt for great food and real Italian espresso.

  • Austin King 13 posts

    aka Ozten is a Seattle-based programmer working with the Identity team.

  • Laura Thomson 10 posts

    Laura Thomson leads the Socorro project. She is Webtools Engineering Manager, and has been at Mozilla since 2007.

  • Erik Rose 8 posts

    Erik chips away at the barrier between human cognition and machine execution, through projects like DXR (search & static analysis on Mozilla codebases), Fathom (semantic extraction from web pages), parsers, new languages, and a whole mess of Python libraries.

  • Matthew Riley MacPherson 7 posts

    Matthew Riley MacPherson (aka tofumatt) is a Rubyist living in a Pythonista's world. He's from Canada, so you'll find lots of odd spelling (like "colour" or "labour") in his writing. He has a serious penchant for pretty code, excellent coffee, and very fast motorcycles. Check out his code on GitHub or talk to him about motorcycles on Twitter.

  • Peter Bengtsson 6 posts

    Peter is a senior web developer at Mozilla currently working on Elmo, Socorro and various internal projects. His main weapon of choice is Django and PostgreSQL but dabbles in other frameworks and databases when time allows. He writes more opinionated nerdery on www.peterbe.com

  • kumar303 6 posts

    Kumar hacks on Mozilla web services and tools for various projects, such as those supporting Firefox Add-ons. He hacks on lots of random open source projects too.

  • lars 5 posts

    Just another aging biker banging rocks together.

  • Chris More 4 posts

    I lead Product Growth, User Onboarding, and Services for Firefox.

  • Mike Cooper 4 posts

    Mike is one of the web developers on the SUMO team. He writes Python and Javascript, and runs Linux, much to the detriment of his focus.

  • Lonnen 3 posts

    Lonnen is the Director, Systems Engineering overseeing Firefox data products, product delivery, crash reporting, geolocation, and other services. He also serves as a policy steward, trust and safety *emeritus*, and as the co-chair of the department of last resort.

  • Schalk Neethling 3 posts

    I am a Mozillian, an evangelist, writer and developer with a passion for open source, web standards and accessibility. I have been so involved with these worlds that I feel they have become a part of me and cannot foresee a future where these topics will not be a part of my daily life.

  • Gregory Koberger 3 posts

    Gregory Koberger is a front- and back-end developer for addons.mozilla.org. You can view his portfolio at gkoberger.net, or follow him at @gkoberger.

  • Paul Craciunoiu 3 posts

    I'm a full time web developer for Mozilla, with main focus on Django, Python, and JavaScript. I have a B.S.C.S. from UCSC. I’ve been involved with Mozilla since 2008. If you're interested in more about me and what I do, check out my blog or follow me on twitter.

  • Luke Crouch 3 posts

    Privacy Engineer

  • Paul McLanahan 2 posts

    Paul helps maintain bedrock, the codebase behind www.mozilla.org.

  • Bob Silverberg 2 posts

  • Benjamin Sternthal 2 posts

    Web Development Manager at Mozilla @bensternthal

  • James Long 2 posts

    Senior Web Developer at Mozilla and part of the Developer Ecosystem Team. Wants to see webapps everywhere.

  • Dave Dash 2 posts

    Dave is a Senior Web Developer at Mozilla. He works on Firefox Input, Mozillians, Playdoh and Elastic Search.

  • Adrian Gaudebert 2 posts

  • l.m. orchard 2 posts

    Les Orchard is a serially enthusiastic, caffeine-dependent {web,mad,computer} scientist and {tech,scifi} writer working for the lizard and living in the suburbs of Detroit, MI, USA.

  • Potch 2 posts

    Potch is a Web Platform Advocate at Mozilla.

  • Justin Crawford 1 post

    Justin Crawford is a product engineer at Mozilla, working on developer marketing and growth. He likes thinking about the future, building things and riding bikes.

  • Sean McArthur 1 post

    Sean McArthur is an engineer for the Add-on Builder. He also blogs and tweets.

  • Kohei Yoshino 1 post

    A longtime Mozillian, Web developer, Japanese localizer, contributing to Bedrock, living in Toronto.

  • Anthony Ricaud 1 post

  • Robert Helmer 1 post

  • Alex Gibson 1 post

  • Rob Hudson 1 post

  • Ricky Rosario 1 post

    Web Developer for SUMO