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October 3, 2012 at 3:46 PM

Walid Abu-Hadba out, Steve Guggenheimer in as Microsoft’s head of developer and platform evangelism

Walid Abu-Hadba, corporate vice president of the Developer & Platform Evangelism Group at Microsoft, is leaving the company, to be replaced by longtime Microsoft exec Steve Guggenheimer, according to an internal memo.

Abu-Hadba, who has been wih Microsoft for 21 years, will stay for a few months to help with the transition, the memo says.

In June, Microsoft had said that Guggenheimer, who was then corporate vice president of the OEM Division, would be moving on to “a new senior leadership role at the company.”

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