In Pictures: 15 Microsoft alumni - Where are they now?

The software giant recruits from the best talent and it gets spread around when they leave

Ray Ozzie

Ray Ozzie served as chief software architect at Microsoft, replacing Microsoft founder Bill Gates in that role. He left in 2010, and after sitting out a one-year non-compete agreement is coming back with a startup named Cocomo that seems to be focused on mobile communication for iOS and Android devices. Of course as the developer of Lotus Notes, he did pretty well for himself before joining Microsoft.

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