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Chris Pirillo On IE7 Development
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/07/2005 08:35:00 PM.

IE7 is going to happen - and I've officially seen it on Dean's screen. I can't tell you what's happening and where it's happening, but I can certainly share with you my feelings (which aren't under NDA). In a word: hopeful. They're moving forward, and the right folks are truly listening. I wasn't fully able to explore the pre-beta program, but I could see potential painted in the pixels.

I, too, had my doubts: "Is Microsoft going to abandon browser development again?" After speaking with a couple of team members, I would speculate not. They'll likely walk with IE7, jog with IE8, and run with IE9. Beyond that? Anybody's guess. But I can tell you this: Dean Hachamovitch is my kind of geek. Would I recommend upgrading to IE7? Sight unseen, I'd probably still say yes.

Source: chris.pirillo.com

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