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 Ars Technica sits down with Scott Collins

"As one can imagine, such a long and colorful history is bound to have its ups and downs. We ran into Scott Collins at this year's Penguicon and had a talk about Netscape, Mozilla, software development, and the web in general. Scott Collins was hired into Netscape in 1996 and was in the trenches during the "Browser Wars" all the way through to the axe cut at America Online of the Netscape team. A veteran software engineer, Scott has also worked on the Newton software at Apple Computer, and for Macromedia working on what would eventually be sold as Final Cut Pro."
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 (Submitted by Noel Thu Jun 17, 2004 )

  


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