Internet Explorer Development Head Leaves Microsoft

December 19, 2014

remarks do imply that the new direction that Redmond is taking for Internet Explorer probably does not match his vision for the browser:

“I’m overdue for a change. The company really has changed a lot. It’s a good time to get a different point of view on tech and life.”
Fair enough. He is not actually joining any competing technology establishment, or taking up a leading role at a rival firm. Instead Hachamovitch will now serve as technical advisor from a firm that invests in digital simulation of human physiology, LifeQ. One of the pioneers behind integrating HTML5 support into Internet Explorer, the man joined Microsoft in 1990, but started work on the browser in 2003 — when IE was competing with Netscape. Dean also touched upon his Microsoft exit in a post on his blog, worth a read.]]>

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Mike Johnson is a writer for The Redmond Cloud - the most comprehensive source of news and information about Microsoft Azure and the Microsoft Cloud. He enjoys writing about Azure Security, IOT and the Blockchain.

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