Twitter’s CTO Adam Messinger Has Decided To Leave


Adam Messinger, Twitter’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO), announced in a tweet on Tuesday, that he has decided to leave the company.

Adam joined Twitter in 2011 and became CTO in March 2013. He was responsible for product design, development, and engineering.  He was also involved in efforts to find new products as well as to grow the user base.

Sources state that engineering vice president Ed Ho will be taking over the product and engineering responsibilities along with the new vice president of product, Keith Coleman, reporting to him. Ed will be reporting to Twitter’s chief executive Jack Dorsey.


 

Adam’s announcement comes after a string of key departures in over the past 12 months. Just last month, the company’s chief operating officer Adam Bain left with chief financial officer Anthony Noto taking over his role. Earlier this month, vice president of global online sales Richard Alfonsi joined Stripe after leaving Twitter.

Read More: Twitter Asia-Pacific Vice President of Media Jumps Ship Amid Layoff Plans

This major restructuring also follows from the recent reduction of their workforce by about 300 staff. Moving ahead, it will be intriguing to observe the Twitter’s management continuity in the new year. Will Twitter be able to grow as leadership changes with some of these longest serving members leaving?


 

 

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