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jovi.tiatia said:If a company is purely vertical, top-down, do-as-your-told, then be that publicly and practice it consistently. Own it, and don't apologize for demanding top performance and obedience. Stop wasting your time and energy pretending to care and putting on a fake fluffy facade.
Not everything is measurable and companies that reply too much on measuring usually don't do anything creative. A lot of the benefits of being in person in groups are the random conversations that spark the ideas that changes things. KPIs (key performance indicators) are overrated.
DAalseth said:Cathedrals were designed for the Church Hierarchy, not the people who actually arrived on Sunday.
The design constraints above pretty much entirely made cathedrals what they are and are all about meeting the needs of "people who actually arrived on Sunday". People didn't toil away for centuries making cathedrals purely to please some bishop.
mac_dog said:I guess in Russia, you’re guilty until proven innocent.
- Gary Kasparov
cloudguy said:saarek said:I hope this isn’t true.I’m hoping for a true performance king that humiliates AMD & Intel and sets the bar in terms of performance. Primarily GPU based upgrades over the M1 wouldn’t be the big step up in the true “Pro” Macs over the current M1 that I was hoping for.
And yes, ARM is inherently superior. The fixed length instruction make it inherently more efficient to to out of order execution. Intel literally has to resort to decoding each instruction multiple times at once in case it happens to be a long instruction which means that most of the power doing that is wasted. So compared to Apple Silicon, Intel can't look as many instructions ahead (slower) and also wastes power (hotter). That's a terrible inherent flaw in x86.