Group Program Manager Bids Flippant Farewell to Microsoft "People leave Microsoft all the time, and many of them pass along their departing thoughts in e-mail messages to their colleagues. But the missive sent by David Stutz, a respected technical thinker within the company for more than 10 years, is more intriguing than most.
In his last job, Mr. Stutz, 46, was a group program manager for Microsoft's "shared source" initiative — a crucial effort at the company to deal with the threat from the open-source software movement partly by sharing more Microsoft code with universities and industry partners. And after leaving the company on Feb. 7, Mr. Stutz last week posted what he termed a "sanitized version" of his retirement e-mail message on his personal Web site (www.synthesist.net)."
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