Dean Hachamovitch, a 24 year Microsoft veteran and former Internet Explorer chief for the past decade, revealed in a blog post on Thursday that he has left Microsoft.
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Dean Hachamovitch, the corporate vice president of Microsoft's Internet Explorer team, has announced he's leaving the browser group to working on "something new" at the company with his own new team.