The Register: US Air Force chief software officer quits after launching Hellfire missile of a LinkedIn post at his former bosses

The Register: US Air Force chief software officer quits after launching Hellfire missile of a LinkedIn post at his former bosses. “Nicolas Chaillan’s impressively blunt leaving note, which he posted to his LinkedIn profile, castigated USAF senior hierarchy for failing to prioritise basic IT issues, saying: ‘A lack of response and alignment is certainly a contributor to my accelerated exit.’ Chaillan took on his chief software officer role in May 2019, having previously worked at the US Department of Defense rolling out DevSecOps practices to the American military. Before that he founded two companies.”

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