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I remember Scott Guthrie used to be in charge of ASP.NET at Microsoft.

But then he left that position to be in charge of the Azure platform and now is taking over the Cloud group in the position left vacant by Satya Nadella who is now the Microsoft CEO.

Does anyone know who is currently in charge of ASP.NET at Microsoft?
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Looks like S. Somasegar  is new corporate vice president of the Developer Division at Microsoft

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/somasegar/about.aspx
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