April 10, 2010, 3:15 PM EDT By Joab Jackson
I remember when Novell bought Suse and little by little all the top people left the company.
After Jonathan Schwartz, Simon Phipps and James GoslingI I wonder who will follow..
Java co-creator James Gosling is saying goodbye to Oracle just a few months after it acquired his longtime employer, Sun Microsystems.
Gosling made the announcement on his blog, saying he resigned from the company on April 2.
Gosling didn't give any reason for his departure. Instead, he wrote, "Just about anything I could say that would be accurate and honest would do more harm than good." As for what he'll do next, Gosling said he doesn't know--just that he'll take some time off before starting his job search.
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