Dropbox's CTO is leaving after five years at the firm

Dropbox's CTO is leaving after five years at the firm 620 350 C-Suite Network

Dropbox CTO Aditya Agarwal is set to leave the company in mid-August, amid rumours the collaboration platform is set to debut on the stock market.

Agarwal has been at Dropbox since 2012, and in a Facebook post described the company at that point as “a small scrappy startup of less than a hundred people all sitting on one floor in China Basin”.

He said: “It’s hard to move on from something that has been such an integral part of my life over the last five years. Dropbox is more than a company to me – it has been a part of my family. I shall miss all the Dropboxers, but will be cheering along loudly for all their future successes.”

Agarwal, who took on the CTO role last year after serving as VP of engineering, described how the company has transformed today, including that it has 12 global offices and how it ships “one of the world’s largest deployments of desktop and mobile software”.

A Dropbox spokesperson told Cloud Pro: “After more…