Chrome Fast.

Mike Belshe (Google)
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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

Google

Mike Belshe has been an early member of the Google Chrome team, working on a number of performance-related areas including network speed, plugins, and javascript performance. Mike has worked at several startups in silicon valley over the last 15 years, including Netscape, Remarq, Good Technology, and Lookout Software. His performance work for the web started in 1995 when he was a lead engineer on the Netscape Enterprise Server 2.0 team. Ironically, he never thought he’d ever be working on browsers back then.

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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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