/// Nokia’s Head of Developer Relations Leaves for Gig at Amazon
Marco Argenti, Nokia’s head of developer relations, announced on Tuesday that he is leaving the company and is taking a job at Amazon. “Its been an exciting ride at #Nokia, glad 2 have been part of and wishing great success 4 the future,” Argenti said on Twitter , adding what appears to be a reference to taking a gig at Amazon. Argenti confirmed to AllThingsD that he is indeed leaving Nokia after nearly five years for a job with Amazon’s Web services team. He declined to offer further details. Nokia representatives were not immediately available for comment.
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Nokia’s Head of Developer Relations Leaves for Gig at Amazon
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