Martin Thomson
Microsoft

Martin Thomson edits the HTTP/2.0 specification. He spends a larger part of his time on WebRTC. He works for that Skype part of Microsoft.

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Web Performance, Mission City Ballroom B1
Moderated by:
Mark Nottingham (Akamai)
Panelists:
Mike Belshe (Twist), Andy Davies (NCC Group), Roberto Peon (Google), Jeff Pinner (Twitter), Martin Thomson (Microsoft)
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(3.25, 16 ratings)
SPDY is in the process of becoming HTTP/2.0, but won't be final for a while. This panel of industry experts will offer their perspective on what's been happening as well as what needs to happen after it's done. Read more.

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