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    1. Recommended reading for new tech leads?

      Hey all, I'm transitioning from a plain old software engineer at my company to tech lead (first in responsibility, then eventually in title)! I'm very excited about the opportunity, but the role...

      Hey all, I'm transitioning from a plain old software engineer at my company to tech lead (first in responsibility, then eventually in title)!

      I'm very excited about the opportunity, but the role is new, both for my company and personally. Would anyone have recommended reading I could peruse? I'd love to get a solid footing for what I should be doing as a tech lead, and how I can do it well!

      17 votes
    2. Intel drops two high ranking Intel staff in the last six weeks

      On June 11th Jim Keller (Senior Vice President of Intel’s Silicon Engineering Group) retired immediately - Former tenure at AMD, Tesla, and Apple. - Link Next on June 27th Murthy Renduchintala...
      • On June 11th Jim Keller (Senior Vice President of Intel’s Silicon Engineering Group) retired immediately - Former tenure at AMD, Tesla, and Apple. - Link

      • Next on June 27th Murthy Renduchintala (Chief Engineering Officer) departs due to a massive layoff - Link

      An interesting note is that Ann Kelleher who is a 24-year Intel veteran will lead the development of 7-nanometer and 5-nanometer chip technology processes.

      Editorial

      !Meme.

      With ARM, AMD, Nvidia, TSMC leading the charge, Intel might start their downward run. They are now relying on TSMC for fab capacity in hopes to outbid AMD and constrain supply. AMD is quickly growing in the enterprise space and providing comparable performance.

      I believe we (consumers) are in for a great few years of accelerated CPU development.

      8 votes