It comes as no surprise that you would start to see RIM employees resign after company executives announced, back on RIM’s Q2 Fiscal 2012 earnings call, that they would “streamline operations” by eliminating jobs and reallocating resources to high-growth projects like the BlackBerry PlayBook.  It doesn’t, however, look all that good when high profile employees like Ryan Bidan, Sr. Product Manager for BlackBerry PlayBook, who work in the one specific area RIM mentioned they would reallocate resources to, not only resign, but head directly to a competitor in the tablet space like Samsung to become their new Director of Product Marketing.

[Via CrackBerry]