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Always a good sign when the designer bails before production.

In Keller's case, that's his MO. He did exactly the same thing with Zen which basically saved AMD. I'm fairly bearish on Tesla and don't read anything in to it.

That's actually Jim Keller's M.O, he doesn't hang around for long. He does the bit he's interested in and then moves on. In the last decade he's worked for Apple, AMD, Tesla and Intel.

Here's a recent interview he did with his new role at Intel. https://www.hpcwire.com/2019/03/21/interview-with-2019-perso...

I can appreciate being so good you can get away with that.

What's M.O?

Modus operandi - someone's habits of working, particularly in the context of business or criminal investigations.


Why did the first 2 replies to this comment use the phrasing that that is his 'MO'?

I posted mine and looked back at the thread and someone else had posted at roughly the same time. Coincidence I guess. M O is a good term to describe the situation

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