Compliments to the Niantic crew.
First of all, I want to thank Ethan for being such a kind and generous person when it comes to the events that he helps run. He's got so much on his plate. I'd love to help any time I get a chance to be there. If I lived in California, I'd apply for a job. Seriously.
Secondly, the entire Niantic development team. Being an IT guy myself of over 20 years, I totally get how hard it is to program, debug, and maintain. What you guys have achieved in just under a decade is unprecedented, and exemplary.
With that, I give you guys serious gratitude and a mountain of my respect. I know that we still have a ways to go with Prime, but from my perspective, it's getting better all the time. I'm also enjoying Pokémon Go quite a bit, and I'm sure I'll love Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
So, thank you. Love you guys. :)