Drawing the Line with Browser Compatibility


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This was not a bad talk; however, from talking to some fellow attendees we were all confused by the title/description versus the content. From reading the description (and granted, coming from an awesome HTML5 keynote) ... The assumption was that there was going to be more discussion on HTML5, what parts of it you can use, and a deep discussion of the cost/benefit anaylsis about moving to it.

Instead, it was good talk about "How to write cross-browser compatible CSS", Dealing with IE6, etc. A good topic. But not what people were expecting.