Public face of Windows Vista leaves Microsoft

The man who became the public face for Windows Vista -- and often bore the brunt of criticism directed at the OS -- through blog posts and community events has resigned from Microsoft.

Nick White is leaving the Redmond company to take a position at BuzzCorps, a blog-oriented viral marketing company founded by former AMD communications manager Chris Aarons. White has worked with Aarons in the past on marketing efforts for Windows Vista.

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TriggerHappy4247d ago

Counting this man, we now have a total of 4 bail outs in the Microsoft camp since last month:

Wonder what could be going on in there..?

decapitator4247d ago

Ever since the launch of Vista, things have not been going too well, Vista could be part of the problem.

Fishy Fingers4247d ago (Edited 4247d ago )

Not everything is black and white. For all we know he (they) may have been pushed. MS has had rather a lot of negative press lately (not talking consoles here, no hate please), usual that results in someone's head be placed firmly on the chopping block. I wager that MS certainly did put up any objections when receiving his resignation. There is no loyalty in a company of this magnitude.

decapitator4247d ago (Edited 4247d ago )

Oh Microsoft, I kinda feel bad for them you know..even they don't server this Fishy Fingers.

IdleLeeSiuLung4247d ago

The fact of the matter is a company of that size will have people leave all the time and new people joining. On the other hand if there are a lot of key executives that leaves it might be a sign that the company is in trouble or they just have a lot of talent that other companies want.