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Opera Trond's Final Curtain

After seven years of service Opera web browser developer, Trond Werner Hansen, is leaving to pursue interests in music. In his final farewell, he talks of some of the changes he's seen and how it aligned with his vision for Opera. He states:

It's been a long ride and it has mostly been great fun, but as with so many other things in life, it has to end at some point, and I just wanted to say thank you and goodbye to our users before I leave, and spend a moment looking back.

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