March 2010 Blog Posts

Over the last month, as part of Microsoft’s commitment to interoperability, we’ve published information for Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8 describing variations from certain web standards… [continues on the IEBlog]

posted @ Friday, March 26, 2010 1:45 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ IE8 ]

There’s lots going on in the web standards world and being part of the Internet Explorer team gives me a front row seat. We’ve posted a few updates on the IE Blog relating to standards in the last few weeks:

I’m really looking forward to the feedback we get from MIX where General Manager of IE, Dean Hachamovitch, will present one of the keynote sessions and there will be a number of IE9 breakouts. Unfortunately, I won’t get a chance to be at MIX this year but I’ll be watching from afar and waiting to hear the stories my colleagues have to tell when they return.

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posted @ Friday, March 12, 2010 4:07 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ W3C ]

We’re always excited to engage with members of the W3C including the developers of other browsers as well as the broader web development community to help shape the direction of emerging Web standards, particularly HTML5.  This includes participating in events like TPAC, which we wrote about in November, and on-going engagement with various working groups… [continues on the IEBlog]

Last week, the W3C HTML Working Group reached a decision to publish several new working drafts and these are now available. The discussion about what to publish and how to structure the HTML5 specification has taken several months. In November, at the TPAC meeting, a request was made for the Microdata section of the specification to be removed. Back in August, I posted about our support for a separate Canvas 2D API specification… [continues on the IEBlog]

posted @ Friday, March 5, 2010 9:11 AM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ W3C HTML5 ]