There has to be a last guy.

Yesterday, the last French soldier in World War I, Lazare Ponticelli, died at age 110.

In a totally different context, I find myself feeling a little bit like the “last guy standing” today. Todd Kjos found some new technical challenge to tackle and decided to move on. He was one of the three fathers of HPVM, and his contributions were invaluable.

Nothing lasts forever. We knew this was coming. Still, this is a sad day. What else to expect from a 13th… But it was a privilege working with guys like Todd and Jonathan Ross.


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