|Residence||Los Altos Hills, California, United States|
|Nationality||British New Zealander|
|Occupation||Google Chrome developer|
Ben Goodger (born in London, England) is a Software Engineer, formerly employee of Netscape Communications Corporation and the Mozilla Foundation and former lead developer of the Firefox web browser.
Goodger grew up in Auckland, New Zealand, and graduated from the University of Auckland in May 2003 with a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering. He now lives in Los Altos Hills, California and is currently working for Google Inc., where he leads user experience for the Google Chrome project.
- Fisher, Ken (2005-01-24). "Google hires Firefox lead developer". Ars Technica. Retrieved 2014-05-06.
- Gifford, Adam (2005-02-09). "Free door to software world". New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2014-05-06.
- "A Kiwi living the dream working for Google in Silicon Valley". Seven Sharp (New Zealand: TVNZ). 2014-05-02. Retrieved 2014-05-06.
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- Ben Goodger's personal weblog
- Magpie — Ben's Firefox Extension (Maintained now by Christian Wallbaum)
- Old Magpie — Ben's Firefox Extension info
- Ben Goodger interview on FLOSS Weekly
- Ben Goodger to Google on CNet News
- Kiwi leads effort to build a better browser (Paul Brislen, New Zealand Herald, 17 September 2004)
- Unearthing the origins of Firefox (Paul Festa, CNet, 13 October 2004)
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