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Chris Mills is a web technologist, open standards evangelist and education agitator, currently working at Opera Software in the developer relations team. He spends most of his time writing articles about web standards for [http://dev.opera.com dev.opera.com] and other publications (such as [http://www.netmagazine.com/ .net mag] and [http://www.alistapart.com A List Apart]), giving talks at universities and industry conferences, and lobbying universities to improve their web education courses. He believes that education is the answer to everything, but in particular he is passionate about using education to improve the overall content quality, accessibility, usability and future-viability of the Web.
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Chris Mills is a web technologist, open standards evangelist and education agitator, currently splitting his time between working at <a href="http://www.opera.com">Opera Software</a> in the developer relations team, and working on education resources as part of his duties as a <a href="http://w3.org">W3C Fellow</a>.
  
He is the creator of the Opera [http://www.opera.com/wsc Web standards curriculum], contributor to the [http://interact.webstandards.org WaSP InterACT project], and coauthor of [http://www.interactwithwebstandards.com InterACT with web standards: A Holistic Approach to Web Design]. In August 2011, he also accepted the position of co-chair of the newly-formed [http://www.w3.org/community/webed/ Web Education Community Group].
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He spends most of his time writing articles about web standards for [http://dev.opera.com dev.opera.com], [http://docs.webplatform.org/wiki Webplatform.org] and other publications (such as [http://www.netmagazine.com/ .net mag] and [http://www.alistapart.com A List Apart]), giving talks at universities and industry conferences, and lobbying universities to improve their web-related courses.
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He has authored two books on web design: <a href="http://peachpit.com/practicalcss3">Practical CSS3: Develop and Design</a> and <a href="http://www.interactwithwebstandards.com">InterACT with web standards: a holistic approach to web design</a>.
  
 
Outside work he is a heavy metal drummer, proud father of three and lover of good beer.
 
Outside work he is a heavy metal drummer, proud father of three and lover of good beer.

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Chris Mills is a web technologist, open standards evangelist and education agitator, currently splitting his time between working at <a href="http://www.opera.com">Opera Software</a> in the developer relations team, and working on education resources as part of his duties as a <a href="http://w3.org">W3C Fellow</a>.

He spends most of his time writing articles about web standards for dev.opera.com, Webplatform.org and other publications (such as .net mag and A List Apart), giving talks at universities and industry conferences, and lobbying universities to improve their web-related courses.

He has authored two books on web design: <a href="http://peachpit.com/practicalcss3">Practical CSS3: Develop and Design</a> and <a href="http://www.interactwithwebstandards.com">InterACT with web standards: a holistic approach to web design</a>.

Outside work he is a heavy metal drummer, proud father of three and lover of good beer.