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MAX 2011 in Los Angeles

Today we’re headed to Adobe MAX in LA, excited about all the announcements and the opportunity to meet with our customers and partners. The BrowserLab team will be there, and well represented by me, our designer Matt Hamlin, and engineers Charlie Scheinost and Amit Kishnani. We hope to meet you at one of the following sessions:

Monday, Oct 3, 8:00-10:00pm – Meet the Teams, room 502B. Come meet members of the BrowserLab, Dreamweaver and Fireworks teams. Informal Q&A with everyone on the teams that are attending MAX.

Wednesday, Oct 5, 1:30-2:30pm –¬†BrowserLab: An Online Service for Cross-Browser testing, room 504, with Kristin Long. Kristin will show how she uses BrowserLab for her work at MightyMinnow, and demo all the features. The BrowserLab team will be present to help with Q&A.

You can follow along on twitter by searching for #AdobeMAX.

We hope to see you there!

Bruce Bowman
Adobe BrowserLab product manager
twitter: @brucebowman

Welcome to the BrowserLab team blog!


I’m Bruce Bowman, product manager for Adobe BrowserLab. Welcome to our new BrowserLab Team blog!

The team has been looking forward to starting this blog, and hopes it will allow us to engage more fully with BrowserLab’s users. We’re planning to post regularly on all sorts of topics, ranging from announcements, to technical information, best practices and tips on how to use BrowserLab most efficiently, and how to work around bugs or other limitations.

We’ve been busy recently, creating new features, new videos, and presenting BrowserLab sessions at MAX. We’re also about ready to launch a new BrowserLab Prerelease program.

To check out some of the newest features, take a look at these AdobeTV videos: (average length 3-8 minutes)

MAX 2010 BrowserLab session recordings:
Get Hands On Adobe BrowserLab To Check Your Websites for Cross-Browser Compatibility. (55 minutes, presented by Kristin Long)
Simplifying Cross-Browser Testing With BrowserLab (56 minutes, presented by BrowserLab engineers Mark Rausch and Josh Hatwich)

And if you are a Firebug user, be sure to check out our new BrowserLab for Firebug extension:

If you haven’t tried BrowserLab, we hope you’ll give it a try. We’re confident that you’ll save time, money, and be delighted with how easy it is to test for cross-browser compatibility. You can find BrowserLab online at An AdobeID is required to sign in. (It’s free, quick and easy to create an AdobeID if you don’t already have one.)

On behalf of the whole team, thanks for checking us out – we look forward to sharing and interacting with you on this blog.

Bruce Bowman
Adobe BrowserLab product manager
twitter: @brucebowman