Apple's Swift Maker Chris Lattner Exits - Socpedia

Many changes have been taking place in Apple since a year. Its sales have dramatically fallen in the last quarter of 2016. Its iOS updates have not gone bugfree. And with these incidents happening around, the last thing that Apple wants is the exit of ...

Tesla nabs another Apple employee — this time, it's one of the key designers on the Mac team - Business Insider

One of the key designers behind some of Apple's most daring Mac products in the past few years has moved to Tesla to work on electric cars. Matt Casebolt, who had worked on the Mac Pro and the new MacBook as a director of product design at Apple, said ...

Apple's Mac Pro, Touch Bar MacBook and original Air designer, Matt Casebolt, will now be designing Teslas - 9 to 5 Mac

Chris Lattner isn't the only high profile Apple executive who departed for Tesla over the past month, rather than sticking around to work on Titan. 9to5mac has learned that Matt Casebolt, a high profile Senior Director of Design for Apple's Mac lineup ...

Apple's Chris Lattner is hired by Tesla - Stоck Nеws USА

Chris Lattner worked for Apple for eleven years and has created one of its recent program, Swift. Today, his departure was announced, followed by the news that he is the new Vice president of the Autopilot Software for Tesla. Until now, Jinnah Hossein ...

Tesla Hires Apple Veteran Chris Lattner to Autopilot Team - Fortune

Tesla Motors on Wednesday announced it is hiring 11-year Apple veteran Chris Lattner to its autonomous technology team. The announcement came the same day Lattner's departure from Apple as senior director of development tools was confirmed. Lattner ...

The creator of Swift, Apple's new programming language, is leaving for Tesla - Recode

Chris Lattner said that he was stepping aside as project lead for Swift as he prepares to leave the company later this month for an unspecified new venture. Ted Kremenek will take over his duties, Lattner said. (Update: Tesla announced Tuesday ...

Poaching talent: Tesla replaces Autopilot chief with one of Apple's best engineers - Tech Wire Asia

SOME high-profile HR shifts in the tech world are afoot as Bloomberg has just reported that Tesla Motors' Autopilot chief, the driver-assist system used in its Model S and Model X electric vehicles, has just left the company. Sterling Anderson, who has ...

Tesla hires two more Apple executives - TheUSBport

Tesla gave a warm welcome to Chris Lattner, the creator of the Swift language, to its workforce yesterday. He is the second Apple worker that Tesla has grabbed this season. Matt Casebolt, a senior Mac engineer, also joined Musk's ranks last month.