Here's the second cartoon in the series about famous computer people. This time it's Jon maddog Hall. Here he is, enjoying life in his 1989 Jeep Wrangler with the famous license plate UNIX - LIVE FREE OR DIE.


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I just started a new artwork series about famous computer people. First up is Alan Turing. Oh boy he had a tough time debugging his programs on infinite tapes of zeroes and ones.

Alan Turing Debugging Programs on Infinite Tapes

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This blog post is a repost of Announcing a new comic series about famous computer scientists from Browserling's cross-browser testing blog.

My company Browserling had a super strong start of the year. A huge increase in visitors, customers and users in January. This growth lets me more rapidly expand Browserling, add even more people to my team, launch new features, sponsor important open source projects, and do more fun stuff. Stay tuned for new announcements!

Browserling's growth.

My only mission is to make Browserling a great company. I don't care about anything else. It will be a sweet success. Thanks everyone for following along my journey and until next time!

In the last couple of months I've added 25 more programmer tools. Now there are more than 150 tools total (up from 100 tools). This is now surely one of the biggest collection of tools. All tools work on the client side and use modern browser features, such as ArrayBuffers. These tools are just static html+javascript pages and everything is computed in your browser. I don't have to worry about scaling this as there's no server component and I don't have to worry about security as nothing executes on Browserling's web servers. Following my blog's mantra, good coders code, great coders reuse, I reused as much code as possible and most of the tools are wrappers around existing javascript libraries.

Why did I create these tools? Because I got tired of online tools with popups, ads and stupid configuration options, so I made tools with no ads, no popups, and no other crap. Each tool does one thing and one thing only. Press button, get result.

Here's the list of new tools:

Coming up: Improved user interface and design, html widgets so you can embed tools on your site, file upload support for more tools, and new tools.

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from me and all the browsers!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2017!

Happy holidays and see you in 2017!

This blog post is a repost of Happy Holidays on Browserling's cross-browser testing blog.

Update 1/4/17: Guys, don't drink with the browsers. Worst experience ever. This is what happened on New Year's Eve.

Don't party with the browsers!
Source: After New Year's Party (

Have a great 2017 and until next time!