Ever since Windows 8 was released in October 2012, Microsoft has undergone a massive internal reorganization. Shortly after Windows 8 was released, Windows chief Steven Sinofsky left the company. Then in mid–2013, former CEO Steve Ballmer announced his “One Microsoft” strategy that left many of Sinofsky’s close colleagues with unclear roles. Soon after this strategy was announced, Ballmer announced that he would be retiring, and after a long search process, Satya Nadella was promoted to CEO in February. After this upheaval, Microsoft’s executive team is starting to settle down, though, with the announcement today that one of the last of Sinofsky’s close associates is leaving. According to Re/code, Antoine Leblond is leaving Microsoft after working there for nearly 25 years.