(via Business Insider)
Pat Gelsinger is widely known as the CEO of VMware, the $6-billion-in-revenues/$30 billion in market-cap star child of EMC’s "federation" of subsidiaries.
But long before he came to EMC and then to VMware, he was a rising star at Intel, with Andy Grove as his mentor.
He came to media attention in those Intel days for preaching to other techies about the importance of work-life balance.
Literally preaching. He’s a dedicated Christian that goes to church every Sunday and sometimes gives sermons, particularly at one of the many churches he… Continue reading