I would like to point out that Anders Hejlsberg made a little mistake when he was talking about the multi-core stuff. He said “we are coming to a point where there is a fundamental change in Moore’s Law, it’s not going to go away, but it’s going to change
in that it’s not going to give us faster CPUs anymore, it’s going to give us more CPUs”. While it is a fact that we are coming to the point that CPU’s are not getting faster, Moore’s Law didn’t refer to the speed of the CPU’s it referred to the numbers of
transistors on an integrated circuit. While this in the past has translated into faster CPU’s, now Moore’s Law continues to apply but instead of a faster single CPU with get more transistors in a multi-core CPU that runs at a speed that hasn’t increased as
But beside that little mistake the video is great.
I'm sorry but I don't see the mistake...
There is nothing incorrect with his statement: The output of Moore's Law used to be faster CPUs, now it's more CPU cores.
His not talking about what makes Moore's Law his talking about what Moore's Law "gave us".
It would indeed be nice to correct a man such as Anders, but I don't think you have.