Google releases a new version every 6 weeks. This is an exception in the browser world where you see new versions once a year or once in 6 months. How does this happen ?
The basic idea as Techcrunch puts is, Instead of a traditional software development cycle where features are crammed into each release or delay the release, Chrome puts out a new release no matter what every six weeks. If new features arenâ€™t ready, they wait for the next release, just like waiting for the next scheduled train at Grand Central.
Anthony LaForge, the technical program manager at Google overseeing Chrome development, created the presentation below (and posted it on Google Docs) to explain how Chromeâ€™s development cycles work. Here it is
Which one do you like ? Â A new version every 6 weeks or only once a year ?