Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 1st Feb 2007 01:12 UTC, submitted by jayson.knight
Microsoft After 17 years with the company, Jim Allchin retired from Microsoft as of Jan. 30, 2007 the day on which Microsoft officially released the Windows Vista operating system to consumers. James (Jim) Allchin served as co-president of Microsoft's Platforms & Services Division from September 2005 until his retirement. In that position, Allchin shared overall responsibility with Kevin Johnson for the division of the company that includes the Windows and Windows Live Group, Windows Live Platform Group, Online Business Group, Market Expansion Group, Core Operating System Division, Windows Client Marketing Group, Developer and Platform Evangelism Group, and the Server and Tools Business Group.
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by proforma on Thu 1st Feb 2007 07:46 UTC
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"Rats leaving a sinking ship?"

This statement is exactly why I don't bother coming to this forum often.

This forum reeks of people who are misinformed, arrogant for nothing, and contantly spreading FUD.

It's not that I am so pro-microsoft, but because a lot of people on here just post non-sense and pure fantasy.

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