Mozilla Developer Network

By | 31 July 2014

Open Web and Mobile

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Mozilla hits one million bugs – thanks for making the Web better with us

We passed a significant milestone on Wednesday. Mozilla’s installation of the Bugzilla bug-tracking software reached the landmark of bug number 1,000,000. Our Bugzilla installation has been running since Mozilla started in 1998, and tracked bugs, issues, enhancement requests, work projects and almost any other kind of task, across the whole.

Posted April 25, 2014 by Gervase Markham

Take the Developer Economics 7th Global Survey

I’ve always preferred to think of myself as anything but a Marketer. In business school, there was a clear hierarchy assigned to the functional classifications amongst us. At the very top sat the investment bankers, commanding the most respect and highest paying job offers. And always at the very bottom.

Posted April 24, 2014 by Sakina Groth

What Mozilla Hacks is

With the Mozilla moniker, many people believe that the Hacks blog is only about Mozilla products or news. Therefore, I wanted to take the chance to enlighten you and also invite you to be a part of creating content here. What we cover here The goal and objective of Mozilla.

Posted April 23, 2014 by Robert Nyman [Editor]

Firefox OS App Workshop Prague

Back in March, Mozilla tech evangelist Frederic Harper visited Prague in the Czech Republic and gave a talk at the local Prague Javascript meetup. His presentation, Empower Mobile Web Developers With JavaScript and WebAPI introduced a roomful of Czech JavaScripters to Firefox OS, Open Web Apps, and our recent integration.

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