Chrome Fast.

Mike Belshe (BitGo)
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Find out what the Chrome team is working on to make the world’s fastest browser even faster.

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Mike Belshe

BitGo

Mike Belshe is a veteran technologist who invented the multi-signature protocols used at BitGo. Prior to BitGo, Mike worked at Google on the founding team of Google Chrome, was the co-inventor and driving force behind SPDY (which has now become HTTP/2.0), and co-founded Lookout Software, an email search company acquired by Microsoft. He holds a C.S. degree from Cal Poly SanLuis Obispo.
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Steve Souders
05/25/2010 9:39am PDT

In addition to working on Chrome, Mike was one of the authors of SPDY , the proposal to improve HTTP performance. Like me, he just wants the browser experience to be fast – much faster than it is today. Other gems from Mike: He’s the first person who made me appreciate the performance impact of DOM bindings . The awesome Chrome Crazy Fast video . And a post this week on More Bandwidth Doesn’t Matter .

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