Only days after the software giants CSA started posting on his blog again, no sooner did Ray Ozzie announce his plans to retire from Microsoft.
According to sources, Ray Ozzie will be stepping down as the Chief Software Architect for Microsoft announced Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer in an email to his associates. The CSA will remain on the companies payroll for an undisclosed period of time to handle his transition.
Microsoft's Chief Software Architect has decided to hang up his hat
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