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Joining Mozilla Labs

I’m happy to share that I’ve recently changed roles at Mozilla, joining the Labs team to help some of the cool experimental projects there reach their potential. Since its first experiment in 2006 with the Chromatabs extension for Firefox, so many great ideas have come out of Labs over the years, and I’m excited to be a part of the next generation of them.

When I first began contributing to Mozilla as a volunteer add-on reviewer, I had no idea I was joining a community I’d call home for so long. Working on AMO and the Firefox Add-ons ecosystem the past 6.5 years has been an amazing experience that I’ll never forget. Leading the add-ons team/product the past couple years and helping lay the foundation of the Firefox Marketplace more recently has been a unique experience in which I’ve met many great people, learned a ton, and had lots of fun.

I’m looking forward to what’s sure to be a very exciting year for Mozilla and the web.

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