Nigel Dessau, AMD's marketing boss, is departing the perennial number two CPU chip-maker to become a three-minute mentor. Dessau is AMD's SVP and chief marketing officer, and came from Sun where he was appointed as the VP for all of storage marketing and business operations in June 2006, and then VP for Alliances as well. Before …
Have you been saving that subhead for?
AMD have a marketing department?
That is all....
When you write 'in some style'
Do you mean: in the style of a twat?
I was about as impressed with the 3 Minute Mentor Site as my wife is with my 3 minute performances.
No great loss.
I've been saying this guy has been a waste of space for ages. Not like he put a lot of effort into the role.
Marketing? What marketing? A lot of 'working from home' I reckon.
I just spent the last 4 hours running a boot-time AVG scan thanks to your '3 Minute Mentor' link; got 'Java Agent Virus' and god knows what else....
*Facepalm ,because the irony of getting a virus as a result of following a link from reputable IT/Security website is not lost on me.
didn't do much at ibm
His big thing at IBM was the "Virtualization Engine" anyone hear about that since? He bolted to STK to avoid the failure at IBM.
He should do a 3-minute mentor on how to changed jobs to avoid have to dealing with failures.
3 minute Mentor
3 minutes? My wife would consider that an upgrade...
Oh wait, thats not what you meant. oops.
re: the irony of getting a virus
So did the Reg tell you to use a vulnerable platform for surfing, or was that a choice that you made?
would you take advice?
from someone who clearly can't write grammatically correct English?
Are you referring to me...
Or the register?
@AC 27th Dec
Not in so many words...
But not far off
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