Yes the personal reasons are now public because some moron likes to make others peoples life public, yeah right.
Likewise for that "source". I'm not dismissing the theory outright, but there has been a complete lack of credible explanations one way or another.
Indeed. I wouldn't have expected his work to crop up until 2023-ish.He was working on changes that won't show up for a couple of years - too bad he won't be able to finish what he started.
Especially being an exec, he definately would have had options that doesn't involve quitting. He's only 61. You can be pretty much assured he will end up somewhere else once the contract expires.Very strange assumption he doesn't know him personally. Pretty inconsiderate also if you ask me. Not everyone places their job over their families.
He was really at Intel to fix their CPU development process. If Intel had good architectures, he may not have touched that very much. My understanding is that he wasn't very hands on WRT the development of Ryzen - that Papermaster and Mike Clark already had a good idea about what they wanted to do. Keller help AMD fix problems with their development process from top to bottom to be able to realize their vision. If my understanding is correct, then Keller's influence would be felt in products in the '22-'23 timeframe, similar to what @DrMrLordX suggested. Intel isn't so nimble as AMD was.Obviously, the products he was working on are just now beginning to come to market, or are still to be seen in the future.
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He didn't quit, he resigned his current position and took a different role. Probably after six months he will have a better feel for whatever is going on at this time with possible family health issues, if that's the case.Especially being an exec, he definately would have had options that doesn't involve quitting. He's only 61. You can be pretty much assured he will end up somewhere else once the contract expires.
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Well, he had said that an opportunity to work on a new server architecture was one of the appeals that led him to move on to Intel. But, he's also described himself as a sort of mechanic (for CPU development processes).
The loved one is a sibling not a spouse, children, etc. Extended Family in other words, but still close family for you grew up with your sibling.The reason of the sickness of a loved one doesn't make sense to me. He resigned so he loses all benefits, albeit there's cobra but that only get you another six months.
Well-put.The loved one is a sibling not a spouse, children, etc. Extended Family in other words, but still close family for you grew up with your sibling.
And the loved one who is a sibling also has another a completely separate and different family emergency that makes sibling's husband unable to take care of his wife for he too is having medical problems.
Intel Benefits was not going to take care of this, intel's giving lots money was not going to take care of this. The problem is you need people to take care of family.
We know for a fact these medical problems are happening to Jim Keller's extended family. We do not know if that is the reason Keller is resigning for the reason given may be a pretext or it may be reality.
I consider it bad taste to speculate further for speculation is not going to arrive at any concrete answer. Accept the reason given on the press release and let's move on.
Covid-19 has impacted many lives in different ways. I'm sure I'm not the only one who's broken out a bucket list. We've seen the storm, but the avalanche(aftermath) is yet to come.Or maybe he just wants to travel or do other things with his life, now that he is over 60.
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