Former Internet Explorer Chief Dean Hachamovitch Is Leaving Microsoft

Dean Hachamovtich Microsoft IE

Dean Hachamovitch, Corporate Vice President, Internet Explorer at Microsoft last year moved to work on different project within Microsoft. He was there in the IE team for almost 9 years. Most recently, he was the chief data scientist at Microsoft. Today, Geekwire reported that Dean is leaving Microsoft after 24 years with the company. One good thing is that, he is not leaving for any of the Microsoft’s rivals. For now, he will be working as an adviser to LifeQ.

“I’m overdue for a change. The company really has changed a lot,” Hachamovitch said in an interview with GeekWire this morning. “It’s a good time to get a different point of view on tech and life.”

IE Bye

Here is the info he posted on this blog,

tl;dr: ExMSFT,

In college I loved my Mac and had strong feelings about Microsoft Word. Making Word better sounded cool. I got a job offer from the company and thought, “I’ll try this for a year.”

The opportunity to work with strong people across the industry and to contribute to technology and products that matter has lasted much longer than that.

I’m ready to enjoy a different point of view on both tech and life, post-MSFT.

To the many former teammates, colleagues, and mentors who have been great teachers and role models: a heartfelt Thank You.


Source: Geekwire

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