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When I was a 17-year-old noob, I went to the technical school in my hometown and got to know a browser called Firebird, which would later be called Firefox. I was immediately attracted by this new browser; Firebird was fresh, radiated excitement, but offered a number of developer tools that made learning the front-end development easier and more enjoyable. At that moment I knew that one day I had to go to Mozilla.

It took me a decade to get to Mozilla and I could not have been more excited, proud and scared. In my nearly six years I've worked on and contributed to a dozen exciting projects at Mozilla, from MDN to Firefox OS to WebVR to the ServiceWorker Cookbook, and so on … but I've never forgotten how to make so much of that early browser have held, so the following for me so emotionally announced: I am pleased to announce that I will be part of the DevTools team of Mozilla .

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My first focus will be the DevTools Debugger, which is written in React, Redux and another piece of that pile. I can not express how happy I am to go back to full-time JavaScript, CSS and other front-end technologies, while I also take a heavy dose of Node.js. I also get more involvement from the community and contribute to other parts of DevTools. And best of all: when someone says: "So you work in Firefox?!", I can say "yes". I am going to work on a tool that millions of people like me use. Wow.

I am also dizzy knowing that I will have a lot of new JavaScript, Node.js, CSS and other great topics to write about. I want to go back to the point where I have so much to say that you will see new messages every day!

I come back to the front-end.
I come back to what brought me here.
I realize the dream that I had as a teenager.
I'm coming back home.

The post Hello DevTools! appeared for the first time on David Walsh Blog.

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