Nadav Interviews Michael Wallent
One of dHTML's biggest challenges is that its implementation requires a uniquely balanced skill set: A good dHTMLer needs to be both code-savvy as well as design smart. So determined page authors can teach themselves way more than they want to know about coding, or coders can try to fake their way through design. But people who are actually talented in both disciplines are white-tiger rare. As a result, many have simply opted not to use dHTML on their pages.
Nadav recently had the opportunity to get the lowdown on behaviors from someone who should know, Michael Wallent, Microsoft's Group Program Manager for Internet Explorer and all-around DHTML Dude.