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Leaving AMD
Friday, August 24, 2007 | Permalink

After more than three years at ATI and now AMD after they bought us I've decided to try something new. Today I worked my last day at AMD. On September 3 I'll join Avalanche Studios in Stockholm and work as a game developer. Should be a lot of fun, and I'll be be back in my home country and closer to my family.

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chelvis
Sunday, August 26, 2007

bad news for ATI, good luck

Sunray
Monday, August 27, 2007

Humus, I remember that we talked about Unreal 1 and so once...

Humus
Monday, August 27, 2007

Hmm, doesn't ring any bell. Well, you can say hello to me next Monday. I'll probably recognize you.

Aras Pranckevicius
Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Good luck with the new job!

...whoa, time flies so fast! It looks like I read about you joining ATI just a moment ago, and it turns out it's 3 years already

sqrt[-1]
Wednesday, August 29, 2007

So.... Is this website going to be www.humus.se from now on?

Humus
Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Maybe. I'm thinking about choosing something more country independent though since I suppose it's not unlikely that I'll move out of the country again at some point in the future. humus.com is taken already, but I think humus.net is still available.

sqrt[-1]
Thursday, August 30, 2007

Arrgh my eyes... www.humus.com is horrible.

How is that website still around? Looks like it was made in 1995!

rodger
Friday, August 31, 2007

Congratulations on your move to Avalanche, Just Cause is a cool game, and has some great tech.

As a fan of your site and demo's I hope you still have the time to keep working on them.

Just a side note it looks like the Wii has overtaken the Xbox 360 in world wide sales, and is selling at a phenomenal rate it could have 60% market share by xmas 2008. This is a strange time for the video games business, development houses cant ignore the Wii, and must develop for it but they can hardly make it the lead format and port to other formats.

Thoughts anyone,

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