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Mobile app development startups mean opportunities in and out of IT.

In a recent blog post, Canonical COO Matt Asay announced that he is leaving the company, which he joined in February 2010, for a new position at Strobe, an HTML5 startup [1][2]. In his new announcement, Asay speaks highly of his Canonical experience and colleagues but says, “What I love is to be knee-deep in customer issues. I love growing a business, customer reference by customer reference.”

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