Firefox has FireBug, Chrome has Developer Tools, and Internet Explorer has the Developer Toolbar. For some people, using them is a sign that something has gone wrong. But it doesn't have to be that way. These tools can be a boon of productivity if you just take a little while to learn about their features, and you'll soon wonder how you ever worked without them. In this session I will show more than 20 new or neglected features of the Developer Tools for these three most common browsers. Safari and Opera each get a few honorable mentions, too. They may not all be new to you, but everyone should learn something!
About Adam Tuttle
Adam Tuttle has been developing web applications since the year 2000, starting with ColdFusion 4.5. In that time he has worked for manufacturing companies, in academia, and as a consultant; but ColdFusion was a constant. He is once again a consultant, and has found himself at CounterMarch Systems, where he got to choose his own title: "Senior'; DROP TABLE Customers;--". When it comes to work-focus, Adam is a jack of all trades (the curse of consulting), but he specializes in REST/SOA, Security, and Mobile-optimized design. In addition to working with and speaking about ColdFusion, he is also the Co-manager of the Philadelphia ColdFusion User Group, an Adobe Community Professional for ColdFusion, and maintains a growing library of open source projects, including Taffy. In addition to his own projects, he also contributes to the Mango Blog core, and runs CFCommunity, the GitHub organization working on filling in the gaps in CFScript for CF9+. Apparently that isn't enough to fill his schedule, because he and his wife also have two sons and enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, snowboarding, and cheering for the Phillies and the Eagles.