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Palm’s former CEO, J. Rubinstein quits HP

Jon Rubinstein is one of the most recognized software engineers. During his career, he has been an important part of the Apple’s iPod development, he’s been the CEO of Palm, and held an important position in the HP infrastructure. After the company bought Palm in 2010, Rubinstein agreed to stay tied to the webOS within HP. However, the failure of the devices with the mobile operating system and the opening of the system have meant that Rubinstein announced his departure from the company.

After only two years at HP, the former CEO of Palm and the main responsible for the sale of the company, has announced his departure from HP. An HP spokeswoman, Mylene Mangalindan, confirmed the news on the website All Things Digital: “Jon has fulfilled his commitment and we all wish him well” she explained. Rubinstein had signed a contract for two years with HP following the purchase of Palm, but he preferred to leave the company at the end of the agreement.

For his part, former CEO of Palm, has said that his departure does not respond to an immediate intention of joining another company. According to Rubinstein, he intends to “take a short break after four and half years developing webOS”.

Rubinstein’s departure comes months after HP decided to open the webOS, so that the system has become an open source platform. The release of the open webOS is expected on September 2012. Rubinstein’s departure left was tragic to HP, which will have to face their new nature without one of the engineers who promoted its development.

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