As VP of Engineering, Firefox Dave Camp leads the global team of engineers that build, test, and ship the Firefox family of products and services. He’s responsible for making sure everything is on time and high quality. Dave joined Mozilla in 2006 to work on Gecko, building networking and security features and was a contributor to the release of Firefox 3. After a short stint at a small startup he came back to join the Firefox Developer Tools team. He led the Developer Tools team through its first major release and the introduction of its mobile inspection tools, including remote debugging and responsive design visualization tools. Dave became Director of Engineering, Firefox with the task of developing engineers and managers’ capabilities, improving core product quality, and cementing the team’s reputation as a world-class product engineering organization. The team launched Firefox Quantum, incorporating major improvements in speed, stability, security, multitasking and customizability in 2017. Prior to joining Mozilla Dave worked at Ximian and maintained Nautilus, the central file manager for GNOME, the most popular desktop environment for Linux. He also served on the GNOME Foundation’s board of directors. In his spare time Dave plays thrash metal guitar for his children at their home in the Pacific Northwest.