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On the road again

I tend to travel a lot for work. I’ve always found it valuable to meet people in person. I find it builds far better relationships than you can with emails, phone calls or video conferences.

And it’s important to hear from you directly to make sure we’re on the right path. I see the community as an extension of our team. We’re building this together, after all.

So next week I’m back on the road. London on Monday the 9th, Paris on the 10th, Brussels on the 11th and then to Oslo on Thursday and Friday. Here are a few things going on:

In Paris, I’m very excited to speak with the students and Vivaldi users at Xavier Niel’s L’école 42, a pioneering new type of school for computer science and entrepreneurship with a number of innovative teaching methods. I can’t wait to learn more about the school and meet some of the brightest, most ambitious minds in France.

In Brussels, you can meet me at Café numérique, where I’ll be in conversation with Robin Wauters. Robin is of course one of the foremost tech journalists working today. It’s always exciting to talk to Robin. If you’re in Brussels, I hope you’ll consider registering.

I’ll check in here with more info on my trip as it unfolds. I hope I get to meet as many of you as I can when I’m on the road. Thanks for being part of our community.

Jon von Tetzchner
Written by Jon von Tetzchner

Co-Founder/CEO. Been doing browser development since 1994. When I’m not testing Vivaldi browser or reading Vivaldi forums, I enjoy collecting and playing with vintage computers and arcade games. Born in Iceland, with an Icelandic mother and Norwegian father, lived in Norway for many years and currently reside near Boston, MA.


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