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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   8/1/2013 3:55:03 PM
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@Adam: I might buy a new suit for design west next year


Don't be silly -- I haven't finished laughing at the last one yet :-)

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Adam-Taylor   8/1/2013 3:37:20 PM
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looking forward to seeing them, I might buy a new suit for design west next year 

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Max The Magnificent   8/1/2013 3:36:06 PM
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@Adam: That is pretty clear with those shirts.... ;)

Just wait until you see the pants (trousers in the UK) I have on order :-)

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Adam-Taylor   8/1/2013 3:33:58 PM
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That is pretty clear with those shirts.... ;)

Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   8/1/2013 3:33:05 PM
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@Adam: You know being able to solder is rare in engineers these days

I dare to be different :-)

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Adam-Taylor   8/1/2013 3:26:11 PM
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You know being able to solder is rare in engineers these days ;)

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Max The Magnificent   8/1/2013 3:25:08 PM
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@Adam: I offered to get you a tour when you were in the UK...

I know, I know, but when I visit the UK my mom won't let me out of her sight ... when I do get to visit your company I'll make sure to bring my trusty soldering iron :-)

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Adam-Taylor   8/1/2013 3:22:40 PM
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Max I offerred to get you a tour when you were in the UK ;) you could have told us then 

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Max The Magnificent   8/1/2013 3:20:47 PM
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@Adam: It is a little annoying I cannot openly talk about how we do it...

You think you have it bad -- imagine how frustrating it is for me to not have enough free time to show you all how to do it better :-)

 

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Adam-Taylor   8/1/2013 3:01:25 PM
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@Kfield, Thank you there was a large team of people much smarter than I working on it. It does feel pretty amazing to be honest, especially watching the launch last week. 

This is the third generation processor, I am currently leading the development of the fourth and that is a step change again in performance and approach. It is a little annoying I cannot openly talk about how we do it but that is our competative edge ;)

 

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