I’m Will(iam) Chan, a peripatetic hacker who often visits San Francisco. I love pandas and penguins. Sometimes I write code. Currently Google employs me on a part-time (20%) basis to work on SPDY and HTTP/2.0. I represent the Chromium project in IETF’s httpbis working group. I’ve been a member of the Chromium project since 2009. In that time, I’ve mostly focused on the Chromium network stack, primarily from a web performance perspective, but I also helped port Chromium to Linux. In my majority time, I conduct quality control on San Francisco bars, travel around in search of adventure, and try to make a positive impact on the world while having fun doing so. I’m having a lot of fun.