Topic: stephen elop

Microsoft reshuffles leadership

Microsoft is reorganizing its senior leadership team to be more aligned with its engineering goals, the company announced in an e-mail to its employees today. “To better align our capabilities and, ultimately, deliver better products and services our customers love at a more rapid pace, I have decided to organize our engineering effort into three … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 21, 2014—The TiddlyBot coding robot, Splunk 3.1, and Microsoft moving TypeScript compiler to GitHub

TiddlyBot, a Kickstarter robot project teaching programming and robotics TiddlyBot, a programmable robot built on Raspberry Pi, allows kids to program and control while learning coding and problem solving skills. Developed by U.K. startup Agilic, TiddlyBot has already exceeded its Kickstarter project goal and is now funding stretch goals of creating an illustrated beginner’s guide … continue reading

Microsoft reshuffles leadership

Satya Nadella announces new positions for Scott Guthrie, Phil Spencer and Stephen Elop … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Why Elop and Nadella are the best combination for Microsoft’s future

A Gartner analyst has a solution that he says will bring back the kind of success the Gates/Ballmer tandem had … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Has Microsoft already picked its next CEO?

Chinese website reports Microsoft has passed over Stephen Elop… for now … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Who will be Microsoft’s next CEO?

Five candidates are lined up for the job, but only one of them really has any kind of chance … continue reading Protection Status