At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in 2006, top executive Bertrand Serlet stood on stage mocking Microsoft. Two years before, Apple launched a new Mac operating system at WWDC. It hung banners at the event that said, "Redmond, start your photocopiers." Redmond is the home of Microsoft. Show More Summary
The site for ex-Apple head of OX X Bertrand Serlet’s new cloud venture UpThere has gone live. It has a link to the team page, a brief statement and not... Keep reading ?
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Bertrand Serlet was working with other former Apple employees and other Silicon Valley veterans on a new cloud startup called UpThere. Today, it appears, that UpThere has put up a new website that sheds a little more detail on the company. The company’s new website is still cryptic, [...]
I wonder if/how this is related to Upthere, his secretive startup. ?
Parallels, the company behind the acclaimed virtual desktop software that lets you run Windows alongside OS X on your Mac, just scored a big name. The former vice president of Mac Software Engineering at Apple, Bertrand Serlet, has joined the board of directors at Parallels. Serlet will bring his knowledge and expertise of all things Mac to Parallels, [...]Show More Summary
This just in... Parallels, the company behind the popular Parallels Desktop virtualization software for Mac OS X, announced that Bertrand Serlet has been appointed to the company's board of directors. Serlet was the senior vice president...Show More Summary
So much for the early retirement… Former head of Mac OSX Bertrand Serlet is not only working on cloud startup Upthere, but we were told today that he is joining the board of Parallels, the popular virtualization software for Mac. It is impossible to overstate Serlet’s importance to the creation of OSX. He was at [...]
It was announced on Tuesday that former Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Bertrand Serlet joined the board of directors at virtualization software company Parallels.
Former Apple Senior VP Bertrand Serlet, the longtime head of Apple’s Mac OS software team who left the company last year is joining the board of directors at Parallels, the company said. Serlet, who is often called the father of Apple’s Mac OS X, worked at that company for 14 years. At Parallels he will [...]
Speaking of Apple executives who went out on top, Seth Flegerman at Business Insider has a wee bit of a scoop on what Bertrand Serlet is up to. I heard a whiff about this at WWDC; he’s definitely got some A-list UI designers on board. ?
Bertrand Serlet, formerly the head of OS X development at Apple, has reportedly been working with a cloud computing startup called "Upthere" since he left Apple last year.
Back in March of 2011, Apple officially announced that Mac OS X chief Bertrand Serlet would be leaving Apple after 22 years with Steve Jobs at NeXT and Apple. At the time of the announcement, Serlet said he wanted “to focus less on products and more on science”, but we didn’t have any other info [...]
Bertrand Serlet is widely considered to be the brains behind Apple's Mac operating system. He was even mentioned as a possible successor to Steve Jobs at one point. So it came as a shock to some when Serlet decided to step down in March,...Show More Summary
Make of this what you will: The dude in charge of iCloud, John Herbold, has left Apple—the third major exec to exit recently(ish), following Apple Store creator Ron Johnson and OS X godfather Bertrand Serlet. [9to5mac] More »
The news that Apple’s Senior Producr Manager of iCloud, John Herbold, has left the company was reported today by 9to5Mac. This is just the latest in a series of departures of top Apple executives that includes Bertrand Serlet and Ron Johnson. The departure was discovered on Herbold’s updated LinkedIn profile that now lists him as [...]
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Apple has announced that Bertrand Serlet, senior vice president of Apple's software for Mac, is leaving the company. Craig Frederick, Apple's vice president for development of software for the Mac, will assume the duties of Searle, working under the leadership of Steve Jobs, the head of corporation Apple. Show More Summary
David Cásseres: Pretty soon he was standing up in front of seasoned Apple software engineers and lecturing us on how not to make mistakes when cutting and pasting code. I said at that time that I had never felt so thoroughly disrespected as an engineer in my entire career. Show More Summary
Apple announced Wednesday that Bertrand Serlet, lead developer of Mac OS X, is leaving the company, just a day before the operating system turns 10 years old.
Section: Apple News, Operating Systems, Mac OS X Apple yesterday announced that Bertrand Serlet, Apple’s senior vice president of Mac Software Engineering, will be leaving the company. Craig Federighi, Apple’s vice president of Mac Software Engineering, will assume Serlet’s responsibilities and report to CEO Steve Jobs. Show More Summary