Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Interview with Chris Hofmann from Mozilla

by Christian Van Der Henst - 7 January 2009

The following interview with Chris Hoffman was done during México Web 2.0 2008 by Christian Van Der Henst of Maestros del Web. Chris Hoffman is the Director of Engineering and Special Projects of the Mozilla Fundation. In this interview he talks about the Latin American market, the future of search engines and how to be part of the Mozilla community.


Eduardo Manchón from Panoramio

by Stephanie Falla Aroche - 19 March 2008

Eduardo ManchonThe following article was originally published in Maestros de la Web on February 2008

Spanish born Eduardo Manchón, 31 years old, is Co-founder of the photographic project Panoramio that was acquired by Google in 2007; he is an expert in usability and currently works in Google’s branch in Zurich.

Eduardo Manchón – a person of few words – looks to synthesize his ideas and goes straight to the point. He doesn’t like predictions about how the Internet or technologies will evolve, he simply likes to let them flow. When he is not connected to the Web he likes to play the high saxophone.

Co-founder of Panoramio, Eduardo has a degree in Psychology awarded by the Valencia University and studied two years in the Bergen University in Norway. He has participated in usability in interesting projects like (2001-2003). He then worked until 2006 as an independent consultant:

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