October 10, 2007
Mozilla sets up R&D center in Copenhagen.

Mozilla is setting up a development presence in Copenhagen to do mobile browsers

Christian Sejersen, recently the head of browsers at Openwave which has shipped over 1 billion mobile browsers, joined Mozilla Monday. He'll be heading up the platform engineering effort and setting up a R&D center in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Awesome! I emailed briefly with Mike Schroepfer this august before his visit. I wasn't much help though - being neither in town or of the right skillset - but its way cool to see that this has actually turned into something real.

If Denmark could somehow get out from under the "consulting and Microsoft products"-rock we've been living under, we could maybe actually start making an internet difference...

Posted by Claus at October 10, 2007 01:08 PM | TrackBack (0)
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I meet up with Mike and Christian when they were in Copenhagen. We talked about a lot of things and also on the Mobile focus.

Posted by: Henrik Gemal on October 11, 2007 9:55 AM
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