Speculation about Google starting development of its own browser is sure to roar now that the company has hired a second developer that has worked on the Firefox open source browser.
Darin Fisher announced his move on his blog, just days after fellow developer Ben Goodger made a similar move.
Goodger was a full-time lead programmer for Firefox. Fisher worked for IBM and contributed to Firefox' backend infrastructure. Both will continue working on the open source browser as part of the staff of 20 core engineers and 60 volunteer helpers.
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