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Well, from the start of October, we hand over Reg Developer to Gavin Clarke, who's a Register employee (we were freelance) and works from California, where he sits at the development tools coalface and gets first crack at the news. Be kind to him.

It's been fun; we have immense respect for the team writing we built up for Reg Developer – and for the maturity and insight exhibited by our readers. Who'd have thought that Mumps would prove so interesting, for example?

Good bye and thanks everyone. We are off to pastures new and, hopefully, we'll all meet again over some online page sometimes.

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