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  • Пн, 21:32: struggling with our CES calendar this year, but have just arranged a meeting (nothing to do with the show) that I'm looking forward to lots
  • Вт, 11:03: Always impressed by developers who respond to reviews with improvements rather than resentment; is why appstores need support/feedback links
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daveon
20th Dec, 2011 16:49 (UTC)
I'm just saying that a senior MS manager has just been moved to an unknown "special project" - and while that's usually a code, in this instance, their closely associated number 2 has moved into their old job, suggesting there actually is a "special project" in the mobile space going on...

Just saying...
marypcb
20th Dec, 2011 16:54 (UTC)
yes, if A was getting booted for not delivering more from WP, they wouldn't given even as much detail as they have about the special project (I've speculated about the project itself in a piece that may not be out yet) and they wouldn't put T in his role. The other WP moves are someone who was babysitting a partner transition that turned into a love match & someone who had their own itch to scratch. No bloodletting here IMO.
daveon
20th Dec, 2011 17:45 (UTC)
The alert for me is T getting his role. If it was classic booting that wouldn't have happened as the lieutenant typically falls with the captain at Microsoft.

Although interesting feedback on CK was had recently...
marypcb
20th Dec, 2011 17:50 (UTC)
yes, T is definitely same direction, same approach; it's not Robbie Bach & Jay Allard getting kicked to the kerb redux.
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