- Apr 12, 2001
A. Correct. I joined Apple in January of 1997, almost twenty years ago, because of my profound belief that "the power of the computer should reside in the hands of the one using it." That credo remains my truth to this day. Recently, I was informed that my position as Product Manager of Automation Technologies was eliminated for business reasons. Consequently, I am no longer employed by Apple Inc. But, I still believe my credo to be as true today as ever.
Since Apple eliminated the position, it's unclear what the move means for the future of automation technologies in macOS. Soghoian says the best thing to do for those concerned is to direct any questions or concerns to Apple.
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Correction: Original version of this story said that the MacTech Conference took place in San Francisco. It did not, it took place in Los Angeles.
Article Link: Mac Automation Product Manager Sal Soghoian Leaves Apple After Position Eliminated