For a chief executive that was fired just last Sunday, PalmSource's David Nagel didn't mind taking the stage at the Palmsource Mobile Summit and Developer's Conference.
Nalgel's appearance was intended to send a message that all is well and that there is consistency in the company that is currently struggling for consistency.
"I didn't expect it to be like this," Nagel said as he walked on the stage. "No, not in that way," he was quick to add, referring to his recent resignation. Instead he explained that the event drew a crowd much larger than he had expected.
References to his departure were pasted throughout the opening keynote. But the company stayed numb on the reasons for the management overhaul.
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