Christopher Ambler

Christopher Ambler

Chief Software Strategist
Joined on July 22, 2003 – United States
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About

Christopher Ambler is a Senior Architect and Evangelist at GoDaddy who writes sleek, performant, low-overhead Java and Scala code. In his copious spare time he can be found playing poker or listening to progressive music not in 4/4 time. He recently relocated to sunny California from Seattle.

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Afilias' Cynical Attempt to Secure a Windfall at Community Expense

With .APP, ICANN's Auction Piggy Bank Just Got Even Bigger

Building a Better WHOIS for the Individual Registrant

Ask Vint Cerf: The Road Ahead for Top-Level Domains

Engineers on TLDs: Do You Want Me With Fries?

Reaction to New Top Level Domains

Cornucopia: A Radically Different Approach to TLDs

The Accountable Net: Who Should Be Accountable?

New TLD Public Comments: Jumping-to-Conclusions?

New Mobile Domain Another Bad Idea

Questioning Innovation: An Interview with Bob Parsons

Bad Journalism, IPv6, and the BBC

An Unsanctioned Whois Database

.Pro Asking for Second-Level Domains (Again)

SnapNames: Why the WLS is Better for Consumers

Topic Interests

DNSDomain NamesNew TLDsRegistry ServicesICANNCybersecuritySpamWhoisIPv6Internet ProtocolIP AddressingRegional RegistriesNetworksPolicy & RegulationMobile InternetTelecomDomain ManagementCybercrimeMultilinguismPrivacy

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New TLD Public Comments: Jumping-to-Conclusions?

.Pro Asking for Second-Level Domains (Again)

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